Making a Place in Your Ministry for Children With Special Needs

Making a Place in Your Ministry for Children With Special Needs

“The King will answer and say to them, ‘I assure you and most solemnly say to you, to the extent that you did it for one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it for Me.’” – Matthew 25:40 (AMP) Oftentimes when we think of this verse, our thoughts are drawn to the homeless, the helpless, the sick or the poor. We think of third-world countries, people without food or clean drinking water, and children who are growing up without opportunity. During the last five years, our... Read More
What Your Church Needs to Know About Generation Z

What Your Church Needs to Know About Generation Z

Every generation has a story told about them. Here’s what I mean . . . The elder generation (obviously named by a millennial) was the generation that many of us call “The Greatest.” Their Depression was The Great One; their war was The Big One; their prosperity was the legendary Happy Days. Shaped by World War II, they were known for hard work, commitment to family and living an honorable life. Or maybe you’ve heard the story of Gen X. The children of parents who grew up in the sixties, their... Read More
Re-imagine the Potential You Can Have as One Voice

Re-imagine the Potential You Can Have as One Voice

Momentum is never an accident. It happens when everyone on the team is moving together in ONE direction. Whenever . . . parents and small group leaders are working toward common goals staff and volunteers are compelled by a common vision those who have influence speak a common language the church and the home are connected by a common strategy an entire community is inspired to champion common values . . . things tend to move forward in a powerful and positive way. Let’s be honest. Every... Read More