How does your congregation use Facebook? If you are a clergyperson, do you manage Twitter or Instagram for ministry? How about Pinterest or Snapchat or YouTube?
An instrument for...
I'm having more conversations with congregations that characterize themselves as multicultural.
For example, I met with a governing board of a Caucasian congregation that had recently welcomed 20...
This congregational assessment from Holy Cow Consulting provides benchmark data to inform decisions about identity, clergy search, strategic...
This comprehensive guide frames the internet as a powerful took to share, teach, and connect people with Jesus; and provides tools for congregations to start a web ministry.
This book draws upon the expertise of a web usability professional and provides instructions on how to make a website as user-friendly as possible, with examples.
This report shares advice from several congregations who reevaluated their web presence, updated an existing website or created a new one-either by DIY or hiring a web designer.
This article distinguishes the differences between facilitators, consultants, and coaches to help congregations determine which will best address their needs.
This blog highlights important considerations for designing a website.
This web page lists 40 practical inclusion resources with tips, examples and templates to address food allergies, b’ nei mitzvah, mental health and welcoming people of all abilities.
This article summarizes the experiene of the Indianapolis Center for Congregations in teaching positive change processes to congregations through a one0day event called Flourishing...
This report by the Center for Congregations provides an overview of inevitable congregational conflict and practical suggestions for conflict management.
This article offers tips and tools to help a congregation better understand the needs of people inside the congregation and the outside community.