Practical Ways to Prioritize Prayer in Your Church

It is essential for every believer to have a prayer life. Prayer is our communication with God, and its vitality is expressed numerous times throughout His word. Prioritizing prayer means prioritizing our relationship with God. Even Jesus, our model for living, made prayer a daily habit, in which He often ventured off alone to a … Continue reading Practical Ways to Prioritize Prayer in Your Church

Ditching Digital: Why Using Screens in Church Is Backfiring

In his book Revenge of the Analog, David Sax makes the case that good old-fashioned analog products aren't going anywhere any time soon. And it isn’t just hipsters––with their love of vinyl and Polaroids––propping up the market for old-school stuff. His research, and the research of many others, points to something more fundamental: humans like … Continue reading Ditching Digital: Why Using Screens in Church Is Backfiring

How to Match Church Volunteers to the Right Ministry

For many people, the new year means new beginnings and opportunities. For many churches, it’s a time to refocus on outreach goals and ministry growth. Regardless of church size, volunteers are always working behind the scenes to make sure ministries are running smoothly and productively, and everyone benefits when these volunteers are in a position … Continue reading How to Match Church Volunteers to the Right Ministry

3 Challenges for Growing Churches to Overcome (And How)

  As Christians, we are called to go out and make disciples [Matthew 28:19]. However, it’s important to note that as your church grows, new challenges present along the way. Below, we’ve identified three potential difficulties for growing churches to overcome and how.   1. Church Leader to Member Ratios When there is an increase … Continue reading 3 Challenges for Growing Churches to Overcome (And How)

How to Guide Your Church Through the Holiday Season

  Delicious feasts, bountiful gifts, and annual parades - there’s a reason it’s called “the most wonderful time of the year.” Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day is widely recognized by our society as the holiday season, and while the holiday season can evoke joyfulness and generosity, many people still find themselves extremely busy and stressed, … Continue reading How to Guide Your Church Through the Holiday Season