Pastor Rick has taught, “You measure a church’s strength, not by its seating capacity, but by its sending capacity.” PD Churches across the globe are demonstrating practical love to their community during this global pandemic, sometimes with the support of other churches in the PD network. One such church is Liquid Church in New Jersey,
Many of our Small Groups have experienced much change (and so quickly) in recent weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While some of you may have a love-hate relationship with technology, it sure is proving to be a blessing in these days and times. Our Small Groups can connect and “see” one another virtually, using
Everything has changed in the past several weeks. Suddenly homeschooling has become the norm, a trip to the grocery store has become an epic journey, and most of us in ministry are getting a crash course in on-line pastoring and leadership. As small group point people, we each have leaders that are looking for direction
During this COVID-19 crisis, everyone is either making a rush to get online groups going at their church or already have them in place and are trying to expand or refine them. In my context, I needed to get online groups up and running from scratch, because we have never done online groups. There are
As the world faces this unprecedented global health crisis, the Church has the privilege and opportunity to represent Jesus to those feeling the weight of fear and insecurity. The local church was given the call to be the beacon of hope in every community, nation, and across the globe. He will equip us for that
On Palm Sunday, Oak Ridge Baptist Church in Maryland cancelled all services, sending members into the community to participate in service projects across three counties.
Pastor Ray makes it a point at his church to reach the next generation. In this podcast, you will hear him and his daughters come together to speak on the importance of winning the kids and community over.
Mariann talks about the ins and outs of executing a great event. The first goal is to have a great experience, which starts with volunteers. She gives some insight on how to properly lead volunteers.
Everyone needs someone to walk with them. These three women discuss the importance of walking with young girls and normalize Christ to them.
We have so much to learn from the generation ahead of us. Rene Molina, gives some amazing insight on what it was like to grow up as a Pastor’s Son, and how that has helped him be a Pastor today!
It is the Local Churches responsibility to uniquely serve girls that have been sex trafficked. BRAVE helps women find a home in a ministry and a church. The BRAVE Ministry is helping women change the trajectory of their future.
Charles Stoicu from Anaheim’s Eastside Church is committed to continuing the legacy of leading the young as disciples for Christ. During his six years as Director of Young Adults, he’s gained a reputation for constantly taking on challenges, responsibilities, and leadership roles — until now. As a new father of a baby boy, Charles recently