This is the time of year for graduation ceremonies. In recent days, families of high school and higher education graduates have celebrated the “moving … [Read more...] about Graduation and Commencement
Unity of the Spirit
I like the story of the man from the Northeast who was in the south for a conference. He went to a diner for breakfast and asked for eggs, sausage, … [Read more...] about Unity of the Spirit
Philanthropy and Stewardship
There is an old children’s poem that goes like this: What kind of church would my church be, If all of its members were just like me? That is a good … [Read more...] about Philanthropy and Stewardship
Church Fitness Tracker
Last Christmas my wife and I gave each other personal fitness trackers. These are tools that you wear on your wrist and the tracker will keep count of … [Read more...] about Church Fitness Tracker
By the Numbers
AttHow large is your church? For many years the primary way of measuring church size was to look at church membership. In Baptist churches we began to … [Read more...] about By the Numbers
Tears and Thanks
He served as a Pastor during one of history’s most devastating wars – the Thirty Years War – from 1618-1648. During this time Martin Rinkart was a … [Read more...] about Tears and Thanks
Guardian or Gardener?
Many years ago, in the days when the Czar ruled over Russia, the leader was walking in his palace garden one day. In the far corner of the garden he … [Read more...] about Guardian or Gardener?
Did you watch the Super Bowl on Sunday night? Not only did we have a thrilling game and an extravagant half-time show, but the commercials were a … [Read more...] about Marketing Love
The Light Shines in the Darkness
David Hull Southeast Coordinator for The Center for Healthy Churches Have you ever wondered why Christmas always seems to be happening at night? … [Read more...] about The Light Shines in the Darkness