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.)
If you read my blog, I am grateful. If you would be willing to help me improve it, I’d be even more grateful. Help me plan for 2016?
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…
Presiding Bishop Curry invites us to follow Jesus, who is going ahead of us to Galilee. Where is Galilee for me?
What happens when a regional judicatory taps a twenty-five year old church planter who rediscovers a monastic model for church funding? Good things. Very good things.
The Diocese of West Tennessee has done more than talk about change; they have invested in making change. Their new Canon for Sustainable Ministries just started work. A participating post in the Acts 8 Blogforce.
Once upon a time I was an unchurched kid. I went to church a total of one time between birth and the age of 18. Once. In eighteen years. Even so, I thought I knew the message of the Christian faith. Because a few Christians had taken it upon themselves to tell me what they […]
As the 78th General Convention of The Episcopal Church gathers, a guest post gives an insider’s view on the workings of Committee 16: Earth Stewardship and Creation Care.