Near the beginning of a new year or new season in ministry, we can get excited about new ideas. But sometimes, we need to fix the boring problems first.
The heavens opened and the Holy Spirit descended like a pigeon… Doesn’t sound quite right, but it’s more accurate than you think.
New Years is a natural time to reevaluate life and work. Here are five frameworks you can use to help refine your approach or make space for new projects.
As 2016 draws to a close, we reflect on the year, remember God’s faithfulness, and I express my sincere gratitude for the amazing community of readers/listeners.
Here are a few podcasts I would recommend if you have some spare listening time this Christmas break.
Have you ever made it to Christmas Eve and it just doesn’t feel like Christmas? Maybe you got to Bethlehem without going through the desert.
One way to overcome the challenge of unfamiliarity with songs used in worship is to provide a way to listen to them outside of church. Spotify playlists are a great free way to do that.
Here are some Thanksgiving social media images that will help you stand out on the holiday newsfeed.
Looking for a fun and unique way to engage the season of Advent? Check out PictureAdvent.com!
Some thoughts from John Wesley’s sermon “Catholic Spirit” can provide a guide for recovering after a season of division.