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10 Easter Celebration Do’s and Don’ts

John Gilman April 13, 2017

Easter weekend is arguably the biggest worship service of the year for most churches. A considerable amount of planning should go into all that is happening on this big day. Why is it so important? First, it is the day that Christ-followers celebrate the empty tomb and that Jesus arose from the dead – can’t… Continue Reading »

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5 Ways to Make Sure Your First-Time Visitor Comes Back

Rain Soles April 7, 2017

Easter is a time for remembering the Cross and celebrating the resurrection through cantatas, special services, children’s Easter egg hunts and family get-togethers. It is also one of the only Sundays that rivals Christmas with high numbers of visitors attending church services. Easter and Christmas are often when individuals and families that don’t regularly attend… Continue Reading »

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10 Tips to Hosting a Terrific Easter Service

Meredith Mahon Morris April 4, 2017

Easter is just around the corner. We want to help you get ready! Check out these 10 tips to prepare for Easter weekend. 1. Get an Idea Special days like Easter deserve special attention. Find an idea that fits your values. Think big. Visitors show up on Easter so prepare with excellence. You may choose… Continue Reading »

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10 Spring Break Ideas for Families

Rain Soles March 31, 2017

For many families, spring break means traveling and time spent out of town, however, more and more families are opting to stay close to home and have “staycations.” Parents may not be able to take time off of work or families may be saving money toward a summer getaway. While churches may experience lower attendance… Continue Reading »

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3 Tips to Observing Ash Wednesday and Lent for the First Time

Rain Soles March 1, 2017

Lent, a traditional period of fasting and reflection begins with Ash Wednesday, a day when ashes were placed on the heads of participants to signify penance. Traditionally, it begins a season that Christians across the globe and denominations seek God. Sadly, many people know more about Fat Tuesday than they do about Ash Wednesday. We’re… Continue Reading »

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Looking Ahead: What Do You Want December 2017 to Look Like?

Meredith Mahon Morris December 28, 2016

December is a time for reflecting on the past 11 months and taking an account. When you look back at your calendar for 2016 what do you find? Can you measure what you have accomplished and which of your goals you met? Are you satisfied with your progress in certain areas of your life or… Continue Reading »

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