Category: church

Engaging Church Visitors Online

Recently discovered a gold mine of help for churches and pastors with Greg Curtis sharing about how to welcome church guests and connecting them into the life of the church. The church jargon technical term for that is “assimilation.” (yes,...

Being the Church Online is More than Livestreaming

Churches around the world have started adjusting to the new reality of being connected by internet instead of gathering in person. And I think the future will be a both/and combo that actualizes the fact of the church are the...

Join This COVID-19 Global Prayer

Join this Live COVID-19 Global Prayer on Saturday March 28th 12PM PDT / 3PM EDT with @samcollier @crowder @priscillashirer @nataliegrant @berniceaking @pptministries @pastorsamuelrodriguez @daniellejstrickland @nonanotnora @amesa

about Next Generation Chinese Canadian Christians

Living in fast-changing times of the 21st century has enough challenges in our society and culture. Trying to navigate two very different cultures is that much harder. The dynamics of bi-cultural of people from an ethnic Asian heritage and living...

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Multi-site Churches with Video Teaching by Preachers of Color

The question came up in a recent conversation about how effective is video teaching with non-white church attenders. My hunch (based on my limited experience) in following the chatter with multi-site churches and multiethnic churches over the years, is that...

4 More Things for Naïve Pastors to Know

Good Bible teaching and right theology alone will not get pastors prepared for a lifetime of fruitful ministry. That textbook knowledge has to be translated and developed into skillful practices, wise insights through healthily-processed life experiences, and gracious humility for...