Four Steps to a Long-Term Sermon

Four Steps to a Long-Term Sermon

Guest blog by Rev. Dr. Adam T. Trambley. Adam brings a wealth of knowledge and encouragement from his own discovery journey in learning how preaching transforms congregations. This is part 2 of 2 where Adam lays out four steps to a long-term sermon. In yesterday’s...
Volunteers: Slot filling vs people developing

Volunteers: Slot filling vs people developing

I’ve been involved many times in the early stages of new churches that are trying to incorporate people. Most often, there’s far more concern about filling all of the necessary slots for volunteers to run the program than there is about developing people into their...
Leading through crisis well

Leading through crisis well

Are you looking for a breath of fresh air in the midst of all the intensity? How about some hope for the future and inspiration for leading through crisis well? Leadership in times of crisis requires being grounded and maintaining perspective. A key element of leading...
The church: An amazingly adaptable organism

The church: An amazingly adaptable organism

The banning of large gatherings doesn’t stop us from being the church and living as the church. As of now, some are still able to gather in small groups while practicing social distancing, but everyone with a smartphone, tablet, or computer is able to meet with others...