Communicating the Identity of Your Church

October 30, 2015 | Posted by Todd Jones

Have you noticed that in most websites the About Us menu option is normally placed as the first menu option? All relationships begin with that tentative exploration stage where we get to tell the other person about us. The same is true for congregations seeking to connect with the people in the community. What is […]


One Simple Phrase That Will Help You Share th...

October 20, 2015 | Posted by Jeff Meyer

In order to better connect with our friends and neighbors, one of the major hurdles we need to overcome is our tendency to immediately correct theological misunderstanding. There are times I believe that if I don’t correct theological misunderstanding immediately, I will be unfaithful to the truth. So, I’m quick to speak and slow to […]


Three Vital Ways to Lead in the Age of Disbel...

October 8, 2015 | Posted by Dominic Rivkin

As of the writing of this blog there have been 2,436 ‘Likes’ and 385 ‘Shares’ of the image placed on the American Humanist Association’s Facebook page. The image is a simple fill in the blank sentence: “I first realized I was a non-believer when ____________.” “When I was told to be subservient to men.” “When […]


Having Fun?

September 14, 2015 | Posted by Billy Brath

The social networking app Snapchat is famous (infamous) for many things, most of which I won’t be bringing up in this post. In the last year, the picture and video posting app has added a feature that I encourage everyone to check out at least once: ‘LIVE’. This section of the app aggregates specific users’ […]