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By Paul Stephens
In this webinar, we will discuss the types of extension ministries that congregations are taking part in and the actions that church leaders need to consider when adding these types of arrangements.
By Phyllis Jones
We are on a never-ending journey of formation as communities of faith dedicated to forming disciples of Jesus Christ to participate in God’s mission of reconciliation in the world. So why shouldn’t our budgeting practices reflect and enhance our roles as stewards of a living, breathing community of disciples?
By Derek Minno-Bloom
A 2016 ECF Fellow, Derek has worked on food and housing justice issues with low-income people and people experiencing houselessness for the past ten years, and through his Fellowship will continue to run Trinity Church Asbury Park’s food pantry and soup kitchen that serves over 30,000 meals a year.
By Alan Bentrup
What if God is up to something big and global, but it can only be discovered through the small and local?
By Nedgine Paul
During the webinar, we will discuss the links between collective and servant leadership in transforming education and social outcomes.
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 Robert Leopold
This webinar explores the ways in which Episcopal identity can be honed on the forge of missional ministry.
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 Rebecca Wilson and Jim Naughton
In this workshop we will focus on how to figure out what you want to say (your message) and who you want to say it to (your audiences), then focus on how the answers to those questions will shape your efforts in communications and evangelism.