In many churches, the time for announcements is one when many zone out. For many, it’s just filler between songs or after the sermon. But it shouldn’t be. Sam shares why churches don’t necessarily need more announcements—they need important announcements more often.
Like many of you, email is a major part of my job. And like many of you, it’s often a chore.
For churches reaching young families, having a great children’s minister is critical. But high capacity children’s leaders are hard to find. Here’s why.
We’ve been discussing church plants and established churches a lot here on the blog and the podcast. I think Darryl nails it in his contrasts between the two.
My fellow introvert, Ron, shares how even with family, introversion can play a role in relational dynamics.
Tony’s group released their findings on church communications this week. The results can help most every church to communicate better.