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
Associations have been around for more than 300 years in North America, and I'm so thankful that they are still here for such a time as this!
Technical difficulties can be a surprising source of sanctification, offering 3 important reminders.
If you’ve ever taken a trip to a hospital emergency room, you’re probably familiar with the term triage. It’s a simple process in which a medical professional conducts a quick evaluation of a patient’s symptoms in order to determine how quickly they need to be treated. This helps the ER staff to prioritize treatment, especially during… Continue reading Ministry Triage: How to Decide Which Ministries to Bring Back First
The command to go still applies, even during a pandemic. But how you go may need to look different. This post provides 4 guiding principles to help your church reach out during a pandemic.
I know it’s still August, but there was a nip in the air this morning here in eastern Kentucky. It’s a sign that fall will soon be on its way! As crazy as it sounds, the arrival of fall will usher us into the third season of this pandemic, both literally and figuratively. As the… Continue reading Fall Pandemic Plans: How Your Church Can Prepare Now For What May Come Next
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This pandemic has left us with many questions. Here are 4 biblical ways to respond whenever life doesn't make sense.
During a crisis, leaders lead by taking the next best step.