Valerie Ohle is in an interesting situation, to say the least! She is the part-time pastor of a rural church that was closed right after she arrived. It’s now been designated as a “new church start” and it’s all online. You won’t want to miss this chat with a remarkable leader and passionate pastor in an impossible situation.
What’s one thing you can do today that will help you reconnect with your passion for ministry? Let’s move some furniture around!
The word, “pivot,” has perhaps been overused lately, but it has special meaning over the past year, especially for organizations that had few alternatives to in-person gatherings. It’s one thing to have church online, or to have in-person worship withou…
Bud Pierce is the pastor of two churches in or near Independence, Virginia, tucked away in the mountains. I’ve never met Bud, but I am certain that if I ran into him anywhere in the world, I’d recognize him. Listen in and find out why.
Rev. Rosalind Hughes is clergy in the Episcopal Church, serving a parish near Lake Erie. She describes herself as a “non-techie,” but she exemplifies the spirit of this new era in which we are all called upon to learn new skills.
As All Saints Day approaches, what’s the most important thing to consider as you plan your services?
Today I’m sharing a few tips for looking good on camera. These come from Julie Hagen who has done amazing work at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Washington, DC. Julie has a background in broadcasting and is now a seminarian. These tips …