The last few months have been among the most traumatic of our lives. As lockdown restrictions start to ease, and churches make decisions about when and how to gather again, there will be a lot of hurting people to minister to.

Sometimes, the person most in need of recovery will be the pastor and their family.

A Crisis Is Not An Opportunity For The Church, It’s A Responsibility

Instead of framing difficult circumstances as an opportunity for the church, we need to see it for what it is.

A responsibility. When we do this, we’re more likely to keep our priorities straight.

Scarcity Creates Value: Why In-Person Church Is Becoming More Important

When people are justifiably concerned about being in the same room together, we need to meet and exceed their expectations. Online and in-person both matter. We can’t neglect one for the other.

When You’re Trying To Lead Others, But You’re Barely Holding On

A lot of people in positions of leadership are working hard to fight off feelings of helplessness right now.

11 Self-Care Steps For Leaders Who Are Barely Holding On

Motivation is hard. And comfort food feels so good. But it’s more important now than ever to stay healthy.

If “We Don’t Go To Church, We Are The Church” Is True, Why Do I Miss Going So Much?

We haven’t ceased to be the church. We’ll never cease to be that. But I miss the gathering.

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