Congregational Mediation

  • End Time Events (Jesus Christ – Coming for His Church)

    [ad_1] Since every prophecy that has been fulfilled in the past, was literally fulfilled in every detailed as the Bible recorded the Word of God, we today can have complete confidence in the prophecies that have not yet been fulfilled. According to the plan and program of God for this earth and man, we are […]

  • Church Growth Principles

    [ad_1] CHURCH GROWTH? Mt.28: 19 “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: 20 Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. […]

  • Start a Church

    [ad_1] One who is called to start a church or ministry usually has expertise in biblical scripture, principles, and doctrine. However, a pastor, reverend, bishop, apostle, or evangelist, is an expert in the Word, and not necessarily an expert in starting, operating, and managing their church or ministry. Operating within compliance of today’s city, state […]

  • The 13 Things Churches Do to Plan to Stagnate (A Satire and a PS)

    [ad_1] “The economy is down.” “The economy is up.” “Who knows where the economy is going to go?” “Whatever is happening out there I am just going to wait it out.” Amid others, these statements are the kind of quotes made literally or figuratively by senior pastors around the country. These are good people who […]

  • Where Are The Men in The Church?

    [ad_1] I was attending a church service, recently, where the pastor invited all the volunteers who were involved in Sunday School teaching to come to the front, in order to recognize them before the congregation and thank them for their service and dedication. As the folks responded to the call and made their way to […]

  • Church Event Planning – 8 Steps

    [ad_1] Step 1 – Establish a Budget Church event budgets can range from $5. to $30. per person, depending on food and beverage, and entertainment. Food will often comprise 50% of the budget, with the other 50% allocated to entertainment, rentals and prizes/giveaways. Step 2 – Purpose & Theme Selection The event may be for […]

  • Church Architectural Plans: What to Expect in Good Drawings

    [ad_1] Architectural Plans – What’s In, What’s Out Rather than discuss the latest fads in church design, I want to explain what a church should expect to be included in the drawings prepared by an architect. The construction plans should include enough design information that well-qualified sub-contractors, experienced in their field, should be able to […]

  • Frogs In The Church?

    [ad_1] Frogs in the church? What does this mean? We find the answer in the book of Revelation. The book of Revelation tells us that frogs represent unclean spirits that come from the mouth of the beast. The book of Revelation is highly symbolic as it the rest of the bible. When the bible speaks […]

  • Church Fundraising – Three Church Fundraising Ideas to Raise Money For Your Congregation

    [ad_1] There are lots of great church fundraising ideas. Churches are particularly well suited for fundraisers that utilize and help grow a church’s existing sense of community. Here are some examples of church fundraisers that can help your church raise money: Pancake Breakfast – This is a classic church fundraiser, partly because it’s easy to […]

  • Church: Sacred Vessels

    [ad_1] Wonders! I wondered when I was a child “What are those cup and saucers doing on the priests table during the mass? It gave me curiosity. Even the tabernacle, I always waited for the priest to open it widely to see what they’re keeping inside. I was always peeping. And sometimes, when I saw […]