The needs surrounding orphan care overwhelm many Christians before they begin to respond, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Here are some ideas for serving your community in the back-to-school season.
Whether a group meets year-round or seasonally, here are a few ways for group leaders to prepare for the kickoff of post-summer studies.
To reach the lost and broken with the gospel, each church needs to be aware and reflective of its community’s assets and needs.
Use these teachable moments to demonstrate the faith we teach is real.
Healthy churches, no matter their size, understand the importance of developing and empowering volunteer leaders.
For churches looking for practical ways to serve adopting families, here’s how to walk with them in their process from beginning to end.
Seek out the unchurched. Don’t leave them stranded. Come alongside them and allow God to use you to help them grow.
Many people recognize the importance of having trained greeters at the doors when guests arrive. I agree, but I also think there are several other places to use greeters.
The Church, more than any entity, understands the ache of singleness, the longing for Christ’s return. As such, it should be a place for singles to serve and be served.