Overcoming The Summer Volunteer Slump

Developing a strategy to overcome the summer volunteer slump requires proactive planning and creative approaches. As the warm weather and vacation season approaches, many churchgoers and faithful volunteers find their schedules filled with travel, family commitments, or simply the desire to take a break from their regular routines. This decline in volunteer availability can pose … Continue reading Overcoming The Summer Volunteer Slump

Three Marks of Effective Preaching

Peter's sermon delivered during Pentecost is a remarkable illustration of effective communication. It not only marks a significant moment in the history of Christianity but also showcases a masterful example of preaching that remains relevant today. Here are a few reasons why Peter's sermon is great: Clear and Simple Peter's sermon at Pentecost stands out … Continue reading Three Marks of Effective Preaching

We Have … Let Us

In Hebrew 10:19-25, the writer of Hebrews tells us that we have certain privileges as followers of Jesus that lead to responsibilities as followers of Christ. He uses two, two-word phrases to make his point: we have & let us.    WE HAVE... Access to God. Through the person and work of Jesus. By shedding His blood on the cross, Jesus offered a … Continue reading We Have … Let Us

Stop Going To Church

God's highest calling for us was never for us to "go to church". God's highest calling for us isn't a destination...God's highest calling is an identity! God doesn't call us to GO TO church, He calls us TO BE the church.  Psalm 92:12–15 “The righteous flourish like the palm tree and grow like a cedar in Lebanon. They … Continue reading Stop Going To Church