This past Sunday morning my family gathered once again in the living room, brunch in hand, ready to participate in worship, virtually. These … [Read more...] about Finding Our Way Back to Worship
Fall is here. It may be ninety-five degrees here in Texas, but school is back in session and Labor Day is just a few days away. I know … [Read more...] about Budget Planning in a Pandemic
I came across an interesting list a few months ago. It was a list of the richest animals in the world. Did you know that the … [Read more...] about 5 Ways to Keep Connected in a Pandemic
Approximately 100 days into the Corona-19 pandemic, we continue to find ourselves bewildered and confused by the upheaval to our way(s) of life. It … [Read more...] about What Will We See Less of and More of in Churches in the 2020s?
They never taught us…how to pastor a church during a pandemic. They never taught us…what to do when news channels trained the members of … [Read more...] about Congregational Leadership in a Crazy World
I wish you were more curious. I wish we were more curious. I wish I were more curious. Right now, we desperately need churches, leaders … [Read more...] about Are You Curious?
“God is calling through the whisper of the Spirit’s deepest sighs.” --Mary Louise BringleWe’ve all done it. Whispering in worship, that … [Read more...] about Whispering in Worship
I read a story recently by a man who lived in Houston during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. He and his neighbors felt a deep, intrinsic … [Read more...] about The Path to Hope Leads Through Endurance
In the second and third centuries two different pandemics swept the Ancient Roman world. Many Roman cities were densely populated (by some estimates … [Read more...] about Lessons from the Ancient Church for the Present Crisis