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Some practical tips for churches about sharing graphs, charts and other information online during video conference calls.
Seven suggestions are highlighted for congregations to have a meaningful celebration of Black History Month this February.
Happy New Year, everybody! Or, as we sing along with José Feliciano in “Feliz Navidad,” his 50-year holiday hit: “Próspero año y Felicidad” (A prosperous and happy new year).
Even if we haven’t personally and knowingly done or said anything racist, we should still ask God’s forgiveness for living in a culture stained by racism.
Guiding a congregation through a crisis — or even “normal” times — takes a strong leader with courage, vision, flexibility and humility.
A growing Epiphany worship practice is to hand out to church members paper stars, each with a single guiding word for the coming year.
The new year is a good time to take an inventory of hurtful memories, beliefs and other emotional baggage and hand them to God for purging.
Like in biblical times, maybe we have arrogantly fallen into self-confidence about our own importance, wealth and power, thinking we don’t need God.
Look for signs of hope. The teachers of resilience offer this wisdom to the storm-tossed, the overwhelmed, the anxious. You may be way ahead of me here, but it’s advice I’m trying to take.
A North Carolina church leapt into action to hand-make a new collection of ‘Chrismon’ Christmas ornaments featuring religious symbols.