The metrics of quarantine worth measuring

The metrics of quarantine worth measuring

Since at least the beginning of the church growth movement in 1961, we have been trying to find quantitative measurements for success. As a former science major, I can appreciate that emphasis on results. How would we otherwise know if we were doing well or not? We...
Lenten Series Week 6- Barnabas and Making Disciples

Lenten Series Week 6- Barnabas and Making Disciples

In this final week of our Lenten study, we are looking at the impact of being a Barnabas outside of the church walls. Can we apply what we learn from Barnabas to the Great Commission to make disciples? Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in...
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...
Faith in times of crisis

Faith in times of crisis

I’m sure, like me, your phone and computer are pinging regularly with urgent updates surrounding COVID-19. Absolutely follow instructions from doctors and government agencies regarding preparedness, testing, social distancing, and quarantine so as not to spread...