Song selection is one of the most visible parts of a worship experience—something felt by most everyone in the church.
When your heart is in it as you lead us, our hearts want to be in it – and one song can be enough to open us to Jesus.
How can you respond when your church is still around, the church is still around, but it’s leaving the building? Here are five truths about in-person church attendance and some hope and strategy for the future.
A 4-year-old church that draws on a number of Christian traditions for its music, messages and mantras has been meeting at the minor league ballpark since the novel coronavirus pandemic threw a curveball into large gatherings like worship services.
Autumn is here, and it has brought along all of the typical visual elements we have come to expect: pumpkins, leaves, warmer hues, and orange color palettes. To help you fully embrace the Fall aesthetic in your church’s designs, we have put together a collection of the trendiest fonts of…
If you’re a pastor who wants to reach young families, you need to put yourself in their shoes. Their lives are hectic, and busy, and stressful.
A judge said Thursday that he will decide later on the scope of a hearing on whether Grace Community Church and its pastor should be held in contempt for continuing to hold indoor services.
Three Christians were arrested in Moscow on Wednesday evening for participating in an outdoor worship service.
By now you are tired of hearing how much has changed since March. I will spare you the grandiose talk of “unprecedented times” and all of that.
With so many church holding church outside due to Covid-19, having a portable outdoor projector screen is now essential.
Picking up a new book can help you to learn what others have done to thrive in their creativity. Plus, it can motivate you to try new things in your context.
Most of us who’ve been in ministry for any length of time have been there. Some days, the stress of ministry is too much—and we’ve had enough. If that’s where you are today, maybe one of these ideas will prove helpful to you.
This year has placed new strains on our everyday relationships—and it’s increasingly clear that people don’t always know where to turn for help.
The internet is buzzing with the “new” restrictions on music embedded in videos (live and archived). Many of these articles point to these new restrictions coming online on October 1.
Ohio’s Republican governor Mike DeWine signed a new bill into law prohibiting public officials from shutting down houses of worship across the state despite the COVID-19 pandemic.