When asked what’s important in life, most American “Millennials” – those born between 1980 and 1991 – say family comes first, ahead of friends, education, careers and even religion.
A World War I memorial cross in the Mojave National Preserve in California that stood for 76 years in various forms was torn down and stolen by vandals sometime the night of May 9, several days after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the cross could remain.
The World Religious Travel Association to host Travel Ministry Conferences in Nashville, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Diego.
Crystal Cathedral completes sale of Rancho Capistrano Retreat Center property.
Saddleback Church will lease the property from new owner, Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.
The flood relief work of one Southern Baptist church in Nashville was featured May 6 by CNN’s Anderson Cooper, who applauded the state’s response and said he’s “never seen” such an outpouring of volunteers following a natural disaster.
A while ago I was reviewing the financial statements of a Christian ministry shortly before the end of the year and noticed that the expenditures for the year exceeded income by a significant amount.
If your church remains healthy, then the staff structure will probably look much different in 2020 than it does right now. Church leaders will work for long periods of time to implement new visions for their congregations. They will labor for years to simplify the structures of their churches. They will lead their churches to adopt new discipleship processes and streamline programs. Yet one of the most needed changes that are often left untouched is the staff.
United Methodist churches across the U.S. Southeast opened their hearts and their doors to people stranded by weekend storms that killed at least 20 people in Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky and Arkansas.