Tag: covid19

Faith Over Fear?

Is faith the opposite of fear? Perhaps. But only when that faith is firmly anchored in Christ while is demonstrating the power of the Holy Spirit, loving people, and finding expression in sound judgment. If faith is to overcome fear it must be more than a clever saying. How is your faith in Christ being displayed through the fear of this pandemic?

God can.

when your rhythm feels off and you find yourself tripping through the day, remember that even when you can’t hear it God is making beautiful music in the rhythms of your life. Pray that he might give you ears to hear. And pray that in every moment when you feel like you just can’t, God will give you the faith to believe again that he can.

Your Methods are Not Your Ministry: Reimagining Ministry in Light of COVID19

“Your methods are not your ministry. Your programs are not your ministry. Your events are not your ministry… if you hitch your ministry to your vehicle, when the vehicle breaks down the ministry goes nowhere.” READ MORE..

Words of Encouragement for Pastors (COVID19 Week 21)

PASTOR: In the shifting winds of information overload, social hysteria, executive orders, economic turmoil, political upheaval, racial crisis, and so much more, most pastors are finding this season almost impossible to navigate. But take heart. Even in the darkest of valleys God gives rest, renewal, and reassurance to those he shepherds.

The Church Must Gather

NEW BLOG POST: “Is it really necessary for Christians to attend weekly in-person worship services? Can’t we just keep doing church online? If online church is better for me and my family, why not just opt out of the in-person gathering from now on, be faithful in giving and worshipping remotely, and enjoy the production of worship services from the comfort of our own home?”

READ MORE…

%d bloggers like this: