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COVID-19 Phase Two: Next Steps


Dear Fellow Pastor, As you enter into another week of COVID-19, I thought I would write some needed words of encouragement and some important things to consider. First, I want to recognize the compounding toll of this season on your life and ministry.  If you are like me, the initial […]

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COVID-19 Church Response: Phase Two


In a previous post, I wrote about an initial plan for the church to consider in their response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and its impact on the local church.  Now that we have moved past the initial phase (the easiest phase), I thought I would write a follow-up post as we […]

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An Open Letter of Encouragement to Pastors of Small and Medium-Sized Churches


Dear Pastors of Small and Medium-Sized Churches, Be of good courage! In this season of social distancing, I know many of you were/are working furiously to find livestream and video conference options for the church(es) you serve.  You had to make a major shift when larger churches just had to […]

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A Church Technology Prediction: Screen Reversal


Step into almost all evangelical churches and a growing percentage of mainline and Catholic churches and you will see the use of the big screen(s). Video projection has become increasingly ubiquitous in worship services in ever expanding ways: utilized for words in worship songs, responsive readings, sermon graphics, multimedia clips, […]

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