The two biggest priorities of Pastors/Leaders when their Church is in forced seclusion

The Church in the West is in scramble mode to figure out what church life looks like in the middle of a situation it has never really had to deal with, forced isolation. Yet, admittedly, it is still less isolation and suffering than what a great deal of churches must live with every day in … Continue reading The two biggest priorities of Pastors/Leaders when their Church is in forced seclusion

PAX@home worship resource

RESOURCES for leading worship moments at home ALL OUR PAXnorth gatherings are on hold as we practice social distancing- so let's PRAY! USE THIS TIME FOR MORE THAN BINGE WATCHING AND SOCIAL MEDIA BLOATING! I want you to know that this is a unique opportunity in our homes and among close friends/roommates. God has given … Continue reading PAX@home worship resource

the PASTOR’s field notes:: note3_sharing faith

Field Note 3_ sharing faithCategory_ spiritual walk If you live by the same values and priorities [Jesus] had, you will find evangelism happening naturally. It becomes a life-style and not a project. - Becky Pippert What sharing my faith is NOT?Sharing my faith with others is not merely to share religious facts or rhetoric. It … Continue reading the PASTOR’s field notes:: note3_sharing faith

The Pastor’s Field Notes:: note2_prayer life

Field Note 2_prayerCategory _spiritual walk[What are Field Notes?]“Prayer is the natural outgushing of a soul in communion with Jesus. Just as the leaf and the fruit will come out of the vine-branch without any conscious effort on the part of the branch, but simply because of its living union with the stem, so prayer buds, … Continue reading The Pastor’s Field Notes:: note2_prayer life

It’s time to stop using God’s grace as if it’s an essential oil

Grace has been defined as undeserved favour or unearned merit. This is a good definition but somehow has lost it's meaning. Les Miserables of Grace Victor Hugo was a smart man. In fact his book Les Miserables demonstrates it. Of the 2500plus pages in this historical fiction there are approximately 950 pages of digressions. These … Continue reading It’s time to stop using God’s grace as if it’s an essential oil