Church announcements are generally terrible. Here are some thoughts on making them better.
King Tut’s tomb was full of incredible value and was virtually untouched for centuries. But it wasn’t because some complicated lock kept people out. The same is true of our churches and today’s culture.
It is easy for us to blame the “frozen chosen” for their lack of outwardly visible participation in worship. What if we are wrong? 2 Samuel gives us the story of infamously undignified David and the withdrawn Michal.
Patriotic Sundays, especially this coming 4th of July weekend, presents those planning worship with the challenge of acknowledging the holiday in a respectful way while keeping the focus of worship on God.
In the midst of transitions, we need to keep on. Both keep. And move on.