If I’m talking for an hour a week, and they’re feeding their souls with something else 15 hours a week,” Bezner said, “I simply can’t win.” A pastor’s life depends on a coronavirus vaccine. Now he faces skeptics in his church. Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Washington Post. Dec. 11, 2020 (web). One of the reality checks… Continue reading 167 Hours Remain
Has our definition of ministry become so focused on the building that we can’t change lives outside of it? Nona Jones, From Social Media to Social Ministry Noah Jones is concerned that the church is overly focused on the plane. And everything it does , is concerned with building. I think she is correct in… Continue reading Building Delusion
One of the big struggles with the current church online scenario is what to do with kids. Churches are struggling with it. In many ways the problem can be summarized this way… Don’t try to digitize the past or the present. We need to invent the industry of tomorrow. Erik Swedberg The quote is actually… Continue reading Church and Kids Ministry Online
We’re all basically in a place right now where we have so many attentional drains, because we don’t have place to focus us. You know, going to a place focuses our effort, because we’re here to do a thing, but when you’re working out of your home, it’s very different. How to Channel Your Attention,… Continue reading Spacing Out
Just like so many people, I’ve been overwhelmed as of late. You’d think I’d be really happy that all the churches are going online. I am. It’s just that I’ve found that it now means a lot more voices in this conversation that I, as an introvert, find hard to manage. That being said, I’ve… Continue reading Let’s NOT Go Back?