Sometimes it takes one person to kick start a village (plus the right technology and timing). I discovered an urge to communicate visually while cave exploring with college friends in southern Virginia. I experienced the joy of
In the fall of 2015, I hit the wall. You know the one—the wall ministers hit when they are ready to call it quits. I hit it hard, and it hurt all the way to my soul. I was exhausted—physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Do you want more money for the ministry of your spiritual community? You’re not alone! Here are three mistakes to avoid in your quest for more resources. 1. Don’t Avoid Leadership. First of all, step up and share the
(aka “What to Do When You Can’t Remember Your Own Wordy, Jargon-y, Run-On Sentence of a Mission Statement”) We all sense that mission statements are important. Most spiritual communities have one tucked away in a treasure