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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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Change For Change

Kendrea Moorer December 8, 2015

Have you ever found yourself feeling an enormous amount of anxiety as you sit in a ministry meeting, hearing your leader describe an upcoming alteration to the way you currently do ministry? The feeling can be paramount. It can be overtaking. Many of us begin to tune out the presenters dialogue and instantly start to… Continue Reading »

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How to Pray for your Pastor – Pastor Appreciation

Meredith Mahon Morris October 22, 2014

The ability to pray is one of the greatest spiritual assets we possess. There are certainly many things and people that we pray for on a daily basis that are, to us, significant. One person we should add to our prayer list, if they’re not already on there, is our pastor. The under-shepherd of our… Continue Reading »

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Iron Sharpens Iron: Connecting churches

Meredith Mahon Morris May 7, 2013

You know what’s really cool about working for a company like ACS Technologies? Watching the ways that we help other churches connect with each other. I’ve seen it at our user groups, where our clients who live and work near each other get together to help share tips and ideas and to problem solve. And… Continue Reading »

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The City – A Lifeline out of Loneliness

John Gilman February 11, 2013

Today we have an amazing post written about Stephanie Carroll’s experience using  The City and how it helped her become an involved member of her church,  Covenant Love Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina.    It can be lonely sitting alone in the back row. She wanted to get more involved in church, but doubts and accusations plagued… Continue Reading »

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4 Practical Steps to Transform the Way Your Church Communicates Online

Meredith Mahon Morris April 9, 2012

From faster, more effective communication to deeper, more engaged community, the promise of online connection can seem almost too good to be true. And while it’s true that technology, itself, isn’t the answer, churches around the world are leveraging the power of social technologies to better connect, engage, equip, and mobilize their congregations for the… Continue Reading »

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