Ministry Brands recently released findings from a survey regarding the ongoing impacts of COVID-19. Over 1,400 church leaders from across the country responded to the survey.
When used correctly, sermon slides will turn a good sermon into a great sermon. Slides give your message an air of quality, preparation, and memorable moments for your congregation to latch onto. Here are a few easy to follow rules that will make your slides amazing.
With all of the COVID restrictions to keep our choirs safe and the news of outbreaks in choirs, we might want to throw up our hands and say we just have to wait this out to engage our choirs in worship ministry.
There will be no church services for just under a month, starting from Thursday 5th November and due to end Wednesday 2nd December.
2021 represents a fresh start. In that context, Church Answers is recommending to church leaders that they use 2021 as a new base year.
A California county government is suing a prominent San Jose church, seeking a court injunction that would prevent the pastor and members from worshiping indoors in violation of Covid-19 health restrictions.
If your church is like most, then you’ve seen at minimum a 20% and maybe even as much of a 65% decrease in serving volunteers. Wherever you find yourself between the 20-65% spectrum the reality is, Sunday is always coming and you need volunteers to make it happen.
Most churches are trying to figure out how to safely gather in person again after a couple of months of online services. Leaders and congregants are realizing how they gather, how many they gather with and what they offer as they gather won’t look the same as it did before.
A new survey of churches across America reveals a turnaround for church financial health.
It happens. In fact, it might have happened for you this past weekend. The people of God can be problematic at times, and we get frustrated with each other. Here are some options when that’s your situation.
The vast majority of U.S. Protestant churches say they are holding in-person services, but churchgoers have yet to attend in the numbers they did before the coronavirus pandemic struck.
3 Shocking Statistics That Show How Quickly, Radically, (And Permanently?) Church Is Changing In 2020
As 2020 soon draws to a close, there are three numbers that, at least for me, show how quickly, radically and perhaps permanently the church is changing.
While the WFA (work from anywhere) movement was growing before COVID, it exploded in growth during the pandemic. For many workers, virtual work was no longer an option. Workers often struggled to adjust to this new reality.
Technology serves an important role in just about every church, especially when it comes to audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems. In this article, James Wasem provides 6 questions to ask every church AV contractor
In this article, David W. Manner provides an excerpt from His new book “Better Sunday’s Begin On Monday”