A practical guide for those who would like to try but don’t know how
This new book about the church’s mission in Canada today is beginning to get attention. . . .
A growing trend at our congregation, Hope Church in Port Perry, is the visual presence of artwork in the sanctuary and throughout the church building.
One minister finds an unconventional but creative way to connect with the unchurched.
Green Shoots out of Dry Ground: Growing a New Future for the Church in Canada is a collection of essays about the church’s mission in Canada in the early 21st century.
Nepal's tourist brochures feature mountains and temples. But peer behind that façade and another reality shows up.
What’s the difference between coffee after church on Sunday and coffee at the coffee shop during the week? Answer: At the coffee shop, they talk about Jesus.
Young adults are leaving the Church. But there are "ways of being" to bring them back.
A veteran of spiritual friendships shares why they are so important for ministry leaders, and how you can begin to create them.
It's multi-generational. It's loud. It's Messy Church. And according to this researcher and writer, it is changing how families experience church, and how — and when — church welcomes families.