Christians look forward to returning to a sense of normalcy in their church. However, this post explains that a return to normal will be more challenging than many realize.
Thank you for taking time to read my blog. I pray it's been a blessing during a difficult year. Here's a look back at the Top 10 posts from 2020.
Understanding the phases of response during a natural disaster can assist churches and organizations as they seek to recover from long-term effects of the pandemic.
One of my favorite Christmas movies provides an important Thanksgiving lesson.
While I would never have claimed that I knew everything about the church, I was confident that my knowledge was adequate. But then, COVID happened and God has been showing me since then that I have much to learn about His bride. Here are 6 lessons I've learned.
In times like these, God's people need to be fervently crying out to Him in prayer. Jesus' model prayer is a relevant guide for the church today.
We did not choose this moment, but in God’s sovereignty, this is our moment, nonetheless. Although it is tempting to pause or abort our mission until circumstances improve, God has called each of us to serve for such a time as this.
If you are trying to figure out how to bring back small groups in your church, this post describes 4 options to consider.
If your church is trying to figure out how to safely conduct Trunk or Treat during the pandemic, here are several options to consider.
I am not a frequent flyer. As a boy growing up in the hills of eastern Kentucky, the closest major airport was a three-hour drive away, and there never seemed to be a need to travel by air. In fact, I was already married before I boarded a plane for the first time. Although my… Continue reading Perpetual Holding Patterns