The first Missional Voices Conference was held at Virginia Theological Seminary last month. Here’s a multi-media extravaganza of what happened there.
I surveyed people who used the Acts 8 Movement’s Ash Wednesday video as a boosted Facebook post. Here’s what I learned.
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 Rev. Jake Dell gave a presentation at e-formation that blew my socks off. He used the tactics of online entrepreneurs to connect with a mom who wanted help talking about God with her kids – and connected that mom to an Episcopal Church. Naturally, I wanted an interview.
Renewal starts with a vision and a task list. The people behind the new Episcopal Resurrection site had both. Their example inspires me to go and do likewise.
Insights from my 2014 Reader Survey are informing my plans for 2015 – but really, I can’t tell you my plans for 2015 yet. Could you pray about that please?
TREC has offered us a prophetic message: we have not thought strategically and allocated assets effectively to serve God’s mission today. If we ignore it, we will endure the consequences.
This week in the Episcopal blogosphere, many posts are being written in response to the TREC report. I’m probably going to write one myself fairly soon. Before I do, it seemed important to figure out exactly what the report recommends. And since I’m a blogger, I thought I’d share. Not everybody is going to wade […]
Spending a million dollars for renewal in the Episcopal Church is a drop in the bucket of the current budget, but leveraging the internet enables it to make a pretty big splash.
Often, church giving declines along with attendance. However, the church’s mission – especially in service to the wider community – can be financed in many ways. Here’s a guest post from a pioneer in alternative church partnerships and revenue sources.