The first Missional Voices Conference was held at Virginia Theological Seminary last month. Here’s a multi-media extravaganza of what happened there.
First we embraced Strategic Doing as a parish. Then, one of our meetings led us to make homebrew for the crowd celebrating Christ’s resurrection at the Easter Vigil.
Easter is almost here, and you can still serve God by making use of the Acts 8 Easter invitation video.
I surveyed people who used the Acts 8 Movement’s Ash Wednesday video as a boosted Facebook post. Here’s what I learned.
In Kevin M. Lowe’s new book Baptized with the Soil, I discover that the Christian food movement has a long lineage. Is God renewing a movement that simply skipped a generation?
The Acts 8 Movement has released a new customizable video. Here’s how to turn it into an Ash Wednesday ad on Facebook inviting people to worship God with your church.
Just before Christmas, the church I serve ran a customized version of the Acts 8 Movement’s video as a Facebook ad inviting people to worship. Here are our results. (Spoiler alert: it’s good news.)
The Acts 8 Movement released a video which your church can use to invite people to Christmas worship. Here’s how a total amateur plans to reach thousands – in under 20 minutes and with $20.
In Durham, North Carolina, two Presbyterian ministers are starting something both old and new. Farm Church is “committed to following Jesus by growing and sharing healthy food.”
When you listen to your bishop’s Convention Address and think “more people need these words,” you ask permission to republish it on your blog…