3 Important Updates for Small Business Websites

Best practices for business websites are constantly changing. If you’re a small business owner or entrepreneur who is confused about how to keep your website up-to-date and secure, you’re not alone. Here are three important changes you should make. 1. Be mobile-friendly This year, more people will visit your website on smartphones and tablets than on computers. For the […]

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Lighting Design on a Dime

Cheap lighting design ideas for churches and nonprofits: completely change the look of a room with just a few lights, gobos, and color gels. Read more for photo examples, specifics about the equipment we used, and how to keep costs down.

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Liturgy Ancient and Modern

The New Liturgicals series of posts explores why many Evangelicals moved away from traditional liturgy, how liturgy works on us as human beings, and how we can approach it in ways that bring new life from old roots. The series was largely motivated by James K.A. Smith’s book Imagining the Kingdom: How Worship Works, which […]

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Work and Rest // Tension and Synergy

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Anyone serving in a church, paid or unpaid, can identify with the strain Glenn Packiam shares in his recent post about the tension between busy church life and the contemplative life at rest in Jesus. In it he quotes Gregory (Bishop of Rome, b. 540), who wrote: “On every side I am tossed by the […]

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