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Follow Jesus: Using Communication and Discipleship to Reach Generations

Rachel Ankers March 19, 2018

Entering into their 73rd year of ministry, Lakeview Baptist Church in Hartsville, South Carolina, knows what it means to be focused on the purpose God has for them. The church, overlooking Prestwood Lake, was founded by members of other local churches who wanted to make it easier for people on the outskirts of town to… Continue Reading »

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You Belong Here: Restoring Families in Greater Detroit

Rachel Ankers March 15, 2018

With 60 years of ministry and three generations of pastors under their belt, Family Christian Church in Ecorse, Michigan, has turned their attention to developing and restoring families and making sure everyone who walks through the doors of their church feels and understands the mission… “You belong here.” Lead pastor, Eric Cedo says ”The biggest… Continue Reading »

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Community Connections through ChMS

Rachel Ankers March 13, 2018

Since its founding in 1855, First Presbyterian Church of Waco in Waco, Texas, has been focused on being a presence in the community through outreach and community development. While they have a strong outward focus, the congregation has spent 163 years looking for meaningful ways to make connections with each other, too. That’s why they’ve… Continue Reading »

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Love, Live, and Lead like Jesus

Rachel Ankers February 28, 2018

Founded in 1989, Spring Hills Baptist Church in Granville, Ohio, quickly found their calling when the church grew from 16 people to more than 1,000 in just 10 years. Now, SHBC stands as a beacon of light for the community with their focus on missions, community outreach, and developing connections with people as they strive… Continue Reading »

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4 Reasons to Make Gratitude a Habit

Rachel Ankers November 20, 2017

November brings with it the flurry of falling leaves, cooler temperatures and holiday preparations. We celebrate Thanksgiving during this long month before December and, unfortunately, this under commercialized holiday is often overlooked and gets swept into the rush of Christmas preparations. This is unfortunate because the emphasis Thanksgiving brings to what is going on inside… Continue Reading »

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Make your church website reign supreme

Kaitlyn Grooms November 1, 2017

Have you ever heard the phrase “Content is King”? If so, you’ve probably dabbled in web development or Internet marketing. Basically, it means that you should focus on the information on your website rather than how trendy it looks. Of course, presentation is important, but content can make or break the experience for your viewers…. Continue Reading »

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4 Unsung Heroes in Every Church

Rachel Ankers October 16, 2017

October is Pastor Appreciation Month and is established as a time to honor and show our respect and gratitude for all that our pastors sacrifice for our church body. But why stop at showing our thanks to just our pastors? There are so many other people who play important roles in making the church function…. Continue Reading »

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4 Ways to Make Time for What’s Most Important

Jennifer Byrd September 19, 2017

The busyness of a new school year is upon us and time seems to pass more quickly each day. As fall approaches and the sun begins to set earlier, it feels more difficult to fit into our schedules the things that are actually most important. Between family schedules and work deadlines, we can very quickly… Continue Reading »

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Remembering God’s Faithfulness During Uncertain Times

Meredith Mahon Morris September 8, 2017

The evening news has been on at my house every night this week because we are all anxious to hear the latest update regarding the impending Hurricane Irma. “Anxious”…that word seems to describe the feeling in the air and the overall attitude on social media this week as well. Although each night at 6 pm… Continue Reading »

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4 Ways to Overcome Small Group Obstacles this Fall

John Gilman September 5, 2017

Fall is the time of year when families begin establishing new routines and schedules. As a new school year gets underway, many churches like to highlight the scriptural call to community through the introduction of small groups. Discipleship and meeting together for fellowship are so vital for spiritual wellness and growth. The practice of accountability… Continue Reading »

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