Rev. Nate Berneking, Director of Finance and Administrative Ministries and Jordan Ault, Missouri Conference Chancellor, discuss the implications of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on churches.
Episode 1: Lighting and Tripods Dustin Bryson at Public Art Co. in St. Charles offers a tutorial on how to get your church online in a low-cost and easy way! Dustin references the following equipment (tripod and a guerillapod) in the videos: Tripod GorillaPod
The Band Meeting was a very small group of approximately five people who would confess their sins and struggles together. Members would talk specifically about their temptations, successes and failures. Creating a safe space for confession and accountability was a part of growing in personal holiness. Not every Methodist was part of a band. This was always a smaller subset of Christian community. It is not intended to be for everyone.
We’ve all been there. A new group has formed, and its members are excited about its potential. But, before the group realizes it, it becomes hijacked by someone who uses the group as their personal therapy session. This guide will help your group tackle the issue of small group killers.
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