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.
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.
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.
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.
According to the logic of our polity, the diocese would be the basic mission unit of the church and the churchwide structure would primarily exist to facilitate growth and health of the dioceses. But that’s not what I see.
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.