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Tips to Enjoy the Spirit of Advent

Raina Hanson November 16, 2015

With all the events and moving parts that go into Advent, it’s easy, as ministry schedulers, to lose the spirit of it in all of the hubbub. Technology can really be your friend here, allowing you to tie Advent into many pieces of your work and help you keep focus on what is important; preparing… Continue Reading »

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Six Ways to Keep Schools Safe

Mike Faber August 18, 2015

“School days, school days, good old Golden Rule days” Remember that ditty from years past? Perhaps you’re not of a “certain age” to recall it; as a kid I think my buddies and I amended the wording a bit to reflect our personal opinions about the end of summer vacation and a return to the… Continue Reading »

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Retaining Visitors through Vacation Bible School

Meredith Mahon Morris August 5, 2015

Vacation Bible School provides many churches with great opportunities to reach new families during the summer. Most families love finding things for their children to do in the summer and VBS seems to be one of those activities that doesn’t scare un-churched families away. So, you have a successful Vacation Bible School, but how do… Continue Reading »

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6 Tips to Help Your Church Staff Embrace Technology

Carol Brown November 12, 2014

What’s a Pastor to do? If you are on church staff or volunteer at a church, you probably know that change can be difficult, and changes dealing with technology can be even harder. Consider the following: Scenario 1 – A committee knew their church needed some specific task software and spent considerable time and effort reviewing… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Impact Story: Journey Church, Norman, OK

Meredith Mahon Morris September 25, 2013

In the wake of devastation, a church reunites, a city rebuilds. One life at a time. At Journey Church in Norman, Oklahoma, the mission is evident: To see cities transformed one life at a time. This is not a mission the church takes lightly. The staff and members live it each day. And on May… Continue Reading »

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2 Keys to a Smooth Switch to a New Check-in System

John Gilman January 3, 2013

Check-in: Before Every week, the kids ministry staff at Calvary United Methodist Church in Normal, Il., run over two hundred children through a check-in process. In the past, the staff and volunteers used a bracelet system with codes that had been assigned to each child. The staff had to dig through a list of names and… Continue Reading »

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