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Transforming our world, one story at a time

  What is it about a great story that captivates us? There’s something in all of us that can’t help but be drawn into a masterful story. It’s why we love books, movies and entertainment.  It’s even why we listen to podcasts. Stories transform us from being an observer of information to a participant in […]

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April is Abuse Prevention Month: avoiding mistakes — especially related to reporting — plays a major role

FALSE ALLEGATIONS: An Uncommon Occurrence By Gregory Love & Kimberlee Norris As sexual abuse attorneys working in the realm of sexual abuse and assault for more than three decades, we provide guidance to organizations and individuals who are navigating sexual abuse issues. In the majority of scenarios, an underlying allegation has come to light which […]

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Preparing for summer camp

If summer is the season for fun in the sun, then spring is the time to prepare for that wonderful time of togetherness, outdoor activities, and faith-filled fellowship. Of course, this summer again will be different for camps and faith-based organizations due to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The best way to get […]

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Pushpay announces Church Disrupt 2021, an interactive digital conference

  Pushpay, the leading payments and engagement solutions provider for the faith-based, non-profit, and education sectors, today announces Church Disrupt 2021: Make Your Mark, a free online conference for church staff and leadership teams on Wednesday, May 12. Church Disrupt will bring together leading pastors and industry experts for engaging keynotes and interactive breakout sessions that address […]

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PASSION PROJECT: The EasterNow app is a labor of love for its creators

  In 1999, as part of their student ministry efforts, Gregory Love and Kimberlee Norris began sending text messages to a small group of students, walking them through the events of Passion Week. Their intent was to illustrate each event’s seamless connection to Old Testament prophecy. The response was profound. By 2016, more than 15,000 […]

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Theologian and former pastor addresses COVID-19 vaccine questions, misconceptions common among Evangelical Christians

ChristiansAndTheVaccine.com Seeks to Educate Amid New Pew Research Data SAN JOSE, Calif., March 10, 2021 — In light of a new Pew Research study showing White Evangelicals are the least likely demographic to get the COVID-19 vaccination followed by Black Protestants, Redeeming Babel created Christians and the Vaccine, a resource with trustworthy and reliable information to […]

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COVID-19 vaccination and re-opening: what churches need to consider

As coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine distribution ramps up nationwide, houses of worship are looking at the impact on their operations — and their people. While health and safety come first, there may be new opportunities to support your workplace and ministry. Guy Russ, assistant vice president — Risk Control at Church Mutual Insurance Company, S.I. (a […]

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Online business program specifically for faith-based ministry leaders

The Master of Science in Church Management from the Villanova School of Business allows clergy and pastoral leaders to develop the financial, human resources, and management skills they need to steward the resources of their church or mission. Curriculum for leaders who mean business about caring for the church The Master of Science in Church […]

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In Memoriam: Dr. Jimmy D. Pritchard, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Forney

DR. JIMMY D. PRITCHARDAUG. 30, 1955 – FEB. 24, 2021 Taken from the First Baptist Forney website: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Senior Pastor, Dr. Jimmy D. Pritchard. He lost his brief but hard fought battle with COVID Pneumonia at approximately 5:25 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24. […]

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Excerpt: ALIGNED INFLUENCE: BEYOND GOVERNANCE

  Have you noticed the uptick (or at least increase visibility) of governance failures in churches and other Christian organizations?  When the failure came to light at the Willow Creek Church in 2018, a letter from the Elders to the congregation stated that this was a clear failure of their governance practices and they were […]

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