Congregational Mediation

  • 7 Cost Effective Ways to Grow Your Church!

    [ad_1] Do you want your church to grow? Are you reaching the people looking for a church just like yours? Some of those folks are looking in your area for the first time and yet others for a variety of reasons are looking for a new church home. If your church is like many organizations, […]

  • Church Phone – The Most Inexpensive Yet Most Important Asset

    [ad_1] The church phone is often the most ignored physical asset the church has because it is often the first contact the newcomer has with the church. Often that phone goes unanswered when they call. Will they call somewhere else. Is your phone offensive or does it reel them in? The unanswered church phone is […]

  • Important Things to Consider in Church Website Design

    [ad_1] A church can be benefited a lot by having its own website. By constructing a website for your church, you can be connected with more people and keep your esteemed members up to date regarding latest happenings. At the same time, you can receive donations from them and perform other essential activities. However, church […]

  • Emperor Constantine and Christianity

    [ad_1] Catholic Church Origins The thing that stands out about the establishment of the Roman Catholic Church by the Roman Emperor Constantine is what it is based on. At a time when Religious beliefs were mainly about sun worship and mythical creatures, such as the supposed ‘son of the sun’ in the form of Apollo, […]

  • The Scroll of Revelation, 6 – God Speaks to the Churches (2)

    [ad_1] Thyatira. (2:18-29) This church, spoken to by One who sees right through them with eyes like a flame of fire (2:18) is with us today and in all ages, as are all seven churches: the corrupt church, being corrupted by a woman who “calls herself” a prophetess (2:20). Great “tribulation” is promised the unrepentant […]

  • A Message to Church Leaders

    [ad_1] More and more often, I’m hearing about churches whose leaders want to “deal with” a sinner in their midst. In every case, the one being “dealt” with wound up feeling crushed, abandoned, humiliated…anything but loved unconditionally and, certainly, left unrestored. In one case, a lady caught in sin (literally, set-up and caught on video […]

  • Lutheran Church Service – Sample Description

    [ad_1] Lutheran church services are liturgical; following a set pattern for every service. Upon entering the sanctuary, an usher give the weekly bulletin. In this bulletin is an explanation of how each service will be conducted. Normally, all hymns are chosen from the With One Voice Supplement and the Lutheran Book of Worship. These hymns […]

  • The Internet, The Church, The Future

    [ad_1] The internet has changed and is still changing the world as we speak. But the church is getting left behind. Throughout history the church dominated the spread and assimilation of society throughout the known world. But in my lifetime the church where I live has slowly and successfully declined. I’m 60 next year and […]

  • Cameras in Church: What Difference Do They Make?

    [ad_1] The problem some are beginning to discover is that these cameras that look okay on small TV screens don’t look good at all on big screens. Grainy shots, mismatched colors, insufficient lenses for the distance and lighting – all these factors contribute to the problem. That’s why churches that are looking for excellence in […]

  • 14 Reasons for Lead Pastors to Do a 360-Degree Evaluation

    [ad_1] Serving as the lead pastor of any church carries with it a huge responsibility to carry out the mission of the church. In this process, God gives vision and the resources to accomplish it. However, at some point along the way, most pastors ask themselves if they are being as effective as they could […]