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By Jordan Hylden
Whether we have good news, bad news, or complex news to share, the task for Christians is always the same: we are called to communicate the Gospel and the truth of Jesus Christ. This webinar examines how you can communicate issues in your church or institution in a manner that isnt just marketing and politics.
By Christy Shain-Hendricks
This one-hour webinar will introduce a theological and biblical context for seeing and understanding that conflict is essentially relational.
By Scott Gunn
How can sermons shape the lives of congregants and the direction of the congregation as a whole?
By Reed Carlson
This webinar tells the abbreviated story of spirits in the Bible, beginning in ancient Israel and continuing into Second Temple Judaism and the New Testament.
By Audra Abt
This webinar explores neighborhood-based house church ministry as one form of mission that can bring Episcopalians from established congregations into communion with others in their wider parish to witness together to the presence of Christ and the Kingdom of God in the world.
By d'Rue Hazel
This one hour webinar is designed to provide practical tips and concepts to consider during a search for new clergy leadership.
By Lisa Kimball and Kyle Oliver
So your vestry has a handle on the financials. But how are you doing as leaders and stewards of your churchs faith formation ministries?
By P. Joshua Griffin
What are the theological implications of The Age of the Human? What forms of our life-together as a global Anglican communion are already well adapted to an age of planetary uncertainty, instability, and risk?
By Donald Romanik
In this webinar, we will explore the call for greater training around conflict for church leaders, ways to care for clergy and congregations who go through these experiences, and the opportunity for clergy and the congregations to give back to the wider Church through this experience.
By Kyle Matthew Oliver
Motivated by busy schedules, declining participation in institutional life, and changing patterns of individual religious practice, congregations have an increasingly rich opportunity to support the faith lives of members outside of church.