This week’s articles include a battle with Coronavirus, the importance of community, and the joy of teenagers!
Author: Matt Hall
Let’s talk about leadership for a moment, shall we? It’s one of those “buzzwords” that can mean many different things. Leadership can be about inspiring other people. It can be about having ruling authority over someone else. It can mean being a point person on a project or event. Most importantly, good leadership is about
I open Facebook and begin to scroll down the page. Conspiracy theories, outrage over the virus situation, passive aggressive memes fill the page. On and on the links and videos go, eventually blurring together into a thread of expressed frustrations. In mere moments, I’m told to be angry about a variety of issues. “The opening
It’s easy to be discouraged about the ups and downs of attendance, especially as our ministries have been forced to rely on technology during this season. How can we utilize this time to make the most of attendance trends? This quote particularly challenged me: “Make a shift in your thinking. Rather than thinking about how
If we isolate students from the rest of the gathered church, we are taking away opportunities to have their lives shaped by other adults in the body. As a student minister, it’s my job to think of ways to create meaningful connections within the collective church body.