Dr. Iorg offers three ways leaders can better respond to change.
Dr. Iorg evaluates the Church's current problems in view of the problems the church has faced throughout the centuries.
Churches faced adversity during the coronavirus lockdowns, and many tried various strategies to survive. Pastor Brian Simms at CrossPointe Church was not afraid to make any necessary changes and ended up yielding unexpected growth.
In response to this "Christmas Creep", Dr. Iorg urges leaders to maximize this cultural phenomenon by offering people the true hope of Christmas rooted in the gospel of Jesus.
Pandemic stress, political turmoil, and social unrest have revealed the true cultural climate in churches and ministry organizations. Dr. Iorg gives his take on a proper response to promote healthy culture.
There are certain times when bible teachers just do not feel like teaching. Dr. Kelly gives his personal take on when days like these occur.
Christians have risked their lives in caring for the sick and dying throughout history. Dr. Rodrick Durst cites multiple historical accounts pointing to the sacrificial ethic of the church in times of plagues.
No matter the situation, the Christian life is about having fruit-filled seasons of serving the Lord. Dr. Durst suggests seven daily disciplines that serve as good discipleship practices during the coronavirus lockdown.
The pandemic heightened people's fear of uncertainty. Through thoughtful biblical reflection of an Old Testament story, Dr. Debbie Steele remarks on the importance of expressing our fears to God as a demonstration of our faith.
Though many are worried that social distancing will harm churches, it could be the unexpected catalyst for building community. Dr. Ferguson comments on the transformative factors that the pandemic lockdown can bring for churches.