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It can feel daunting to begin making spiritual practices a part of your everyday life. But you don’t have to do it perfectly, and your practices don’t have to look like anyone else’s. Explore these simple suggestions from author Tessa Pinkstaff to help you get started.
When grassroots faith+leaders were asked about the sorts of fundamental shifts we need to see in the way we think about church and ministry in order to share the gospel in the 21st century, they came up with 10 key distinctions that will make all the difference.
When members stop attending church, we often search for external explanations: the pandemic made it too difficult, or people simply got out of the habit of attending. Reality is almost always more complicated. Read what researcher Nancy Ross found after talking with dozens of church leave-takers.
We might be living in a time of dramatic shifts in the church and world, but there is precedent. Most of the Bible was written by and for people in the midst of change, uncertainty, instability, and even danger. Read the reflections of professors Dwight Zscheile and Michael Chan about how the Bible can help us get oriented in a destabilized time.