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Faithlife Offers Free Access to More than 700 Bible-based Resources During COVID-19

No-cost Digital Church Library Available Through June 30 Church technology company and makers of Logos Bible Software, Faithlife, is offering free access through June 30 to its Digital Church Library containing more than 700 Bible-based resources to help church leaders and their congregations sustain spiritual growth throughout COVID-19 and beyond. “Churches across the country are experiencing […]

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Navigating difficult transitions with church staff — and creative alternatives for the future of your team

By Matt Mashburn & Melissa Mashburn We’re heading into a time where the future of staffing and team development will look very different. As church leaders, we will inevitably be facing some tough decisions around staffing in the near future. That might mean downsizing staff in some cases. We’ve outlined eight principles for navigating difficult […]

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Preparing to reopen ministries in America

By Attorney Louis R. Briska In America (Version 2.0, post COVID-19 lockdown), there may be a coming wave of plaintiff’s lawsuits when the various state stay-at-home orders and public gathering limitations are lifted and people begin frequenting businesses and churches. These lawsuits, rooted in a theory of negligence, will allege that Church XYZ did not […]

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Pushpay and Church Community Builder Launch Integrated Solutions to Help Drive Deeper Engagement in the Church 

Pushpay and Church Community Builder — who build church management systems, mobile apps and giving solutions to help churches know, grow and keep their people — today announced their first combined product launch. Together, they are delivering new integrated tools for admins and strengthening engagement paths for the Church.  At a time when churches are […]

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The post-pandemic church will need to wipe out, spread out and reach out!

By Ravi Waldon, AIA, LEED AP As we all sit glued to the news, praying that God will protect us and help us to be the light in the community, we wonder what post-pandemic USA 2.0 will look like. Given the sorrow COVID-19 brought and the economic damage ensuing, how do churches navigate?  We all […]

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Reaching people when the crisis is over

By Dr. Marty Baker Our world has changed in the past few months. Who would have ever believed thousands of congregations across the U.S. would be closed in a matter of days? Who would have believed school semesters would be suspended and major sporting events postponed? No one would have imagined that many businesses would […]

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Keep Wildfires from Your Doorstep

By Guy Russ Fire is a force unlike any other. When it is under our control, fire has sparked civilizations, kindled human imagination and given life-sustaining warmth. But as we’ve seen from the widespread devastation in Australia, wildfires ravage, destroy and kill. And the sad fact is, as we head into the warmer months in […]

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Joel Osteen on coronavirus, Kanye West and keeping the faith

By Allison Kugel In these uncertain times, we can all do our part to raise the vibration of this planet and initiate collective healing on a mass scale, and that goes beyond our first responders in the medical and safety fields to whom we owe a debt of gratitude that can never be repaid. Something […]

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SBA Clarifies Eligibility of Faith-Based Organizations to Participate in Paycheck Protection and Economic Injury Disaster Loan Programs

SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza today announced that SBA issued guidance clarifying that all faith-based organizations impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) are eligible to participate in the Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, without restrictions based on their religious identity or activities, to the extent they meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the CARES Act that was […]

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Tech-Driven Church: a new hope

A new hope By Joel Guthrie In this series, we’ve talked about the past and about the current state of technology in the church. In this third and final installment, let’s talk about the future. I’ve worked with some of the world’s largest tech companies, and one thing is apparent: change is coming, and faster […]

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