in Vital Posts and filtered by Capital Campaigns, Youth , Discipleship
By Jackie Overton
As a parent I can leave feeling renewed and refreshed and ready to face the week ahead.
By Br. Angel Gabriel
If you want to engage millennials, you must include them in the conversation.
By Jimmy Abbott
See, what all our churches need and what millennials are looking for is simple. It is Jesus.
By Linda Buskirk
Taylor asserts that encountering others with love and respect is to undertake “the hardest spiritual work in the world… to love the neighbor as the self”
By Kim Hanson
Is geography destiny for a capital campaign? In the case of Camp Wingmann, a small Episcopal summer camp in the Diocese of Central Florida, the answer happily was no.
By Charles Fisher
A great way to deal with anxiety is to bring it into the open - expect anxiety, and ensure concerns and ideas continue to be heard.
By Linda Buskirk
I have learned that the time spent in congregational discernment - reflecting on our questions in light of scripture, prayer, and the counsel of others - is incredibly valuable to the final success of whatever it is we are questioning, including a capital campaign.
By Janet Lombardo
Communities often get tied up by their buildings, unwilling to see that new life can be had when we free ourselves from their constraints.
By Greg Syler
In this hyper-digital, connected-but-disconnected day and age, the church that finds a way to connect people to people so that everyone has someone to walk with them and represent Christ will not only be counter-cultural but blessed by God.
By Richelle Thompson
Setting aside the content for a moment, I’d like to focus on the delivery device: a letter.