Turn on your TV, open up Facebook, scroll through Twitter and you’ll come across an increasing amount of angry comments and posts.
In all of our moves I’ve never struggled like this.
People at our church are nice, but it doesn’t extend much past that. Most don’t seem to want to or aren’t able to connect outside of Sunday morning or Bible study.
Did you know that October is Ministry Appreciation Month?
I’ll admit, it’s not one I have marked on my calendar, but I should.
The number one question I receive is “How do we get the younger (or in some cases older) women in our church to participate?”
Women’s ministry teams everywhere struggle with how to engage multiple generations.
The stereotypical picture of mentoring is of two women, one older than another, meeting weekly to study the scriptures for a set number of months.
The problem is that in many churches these types of formal “mentoring programs” just aren’t working.
For the past several months God has been increasing my discomfort with the Bible “studies” we’ve been doing at our church.
I’ve come face to face with the fact that I’m tired of Bible study books…
How big is God to you?
Do you really, truly see Him as all-knowing?
Can you wrap your brain around his omnipresence?
I was flat-out overwhelmed on Sunday by what God did at the end of our worship service.