World Communion Sunday: Why We Do It and How

by Ian Heston Doescher
This coming October 7, congregations around the globe will celebrate World Communion Sunday. Most of us have heard about World Communion Sunday but may not know much about where… read more

Worship in a Tote

by Betsy Hall
On Easter Sunday 2008 a group of one hundred forty-four people huddled in a park pavilion for the first worship service of a new church that was yet to be named, led by Pastor… read more

In Honor of Grandparents

by Donna Schaper
Researchers suggest that more than one kind of behavior is biologically written on the human heart. For example, “fight and flight” is a biological response to threat. … read more

The Celebration of the Bible

by Barbara Bruce
The Celebration of the Bible is based on a festival that our Jewish brothers and sisters hold each year called Simchat Torah, or Rejoicing with the Torah. The Torah is the first… read more

5 Outreach Ideas for Advent

by Shane Raynor
For the Western secular world, the Christmas season starts right after the Thanksgiving Day meal and ends on Christmas Day. Then we set our sights on the New Year. But… read more

Longest Night

by Ben Gosden
The Christmas season is often marked by expressions of joy, excitement, and happiness. It’s a time for family to gather and for churches to worship pointing to the hope that … read more
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