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Four Cancer and Disease Prevention Tips to Keep Pastors Healthy

Four Cancer and Disease Prevention Tips to Keep Pastors Healthy

Nothing impacts a church family more than the sting of cancer or a life-threatening disease, especially when the journey involves the loss of life or the pastor. Research clearly shows that lifestyle is the major player in many diseases including cancer, and...

Podcast Episode 2 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 2

Podcast Episode 2 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 2

Welcome to the Pastor Resources podcast! Today Pastor Resource's president Dave Wike continues his conversation with Pastor Bob Franquiz of Calvery Fellowship. In part 2 of their discussion, they talk about dealing with struggles COVID has caused churches. Dave - So,...

Podcast Episode 1 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 1

Podcast Episode 1 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 1

Dave Wike speaks with Bob Franquiz about how churches are dealing with reopening. Hey guys, this is Dave Wike with Pastor Resources. You may remember back in early March we sent out a bunch of resources right when COVID took off and it became quite a crisis for the...

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 2

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 2

A New Approach to Feeding Hungry Families Local churches are innovatively taking the torch where others fall short and feeding the most food-insecure families. The Role of the Local Church Local churches have a unique ability to fill the gaps because they are in close...

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 1

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 1

A New Approach to Feeding Hungry Families While each step of the supply chain is important, there is none more pressing than delivering through the “Last Mile of Need.” Due to the many challenges of the pandemic we know the health and economic impact of COVID-19 is...

The Ministry of Incarnational Listening

The Ministry of Incarnational Listening

  Pastors are under more pressure than ever. In the wake of the COVID crisis, many churches are struggling. Others have not been allowed to reopen. Offerings are down and stress levels are up. What will church look like moving forward? Will folks feel comfortable...

A Faceless Christianity: Will we return to church in a building?

A Faceless Christianity: Will we return to church in a building?

A Faceless Christianity Church attendance has been on thin ice for some time with many Millennials asking, “Why should I go to church at all?” One often-repeated comment about church is, “I love Jesus. It is church people I don’t care for.” Church life hasn’t produced...

How Churches in Vacation Destinations Can Survive COVID-19

How Churches in Vacation Destinations Can Survive COVID-19

Pastor Resources · How Churches In Vacation Destinations Can Survive COVID - 19 Churches in vacation destinations face unique struggles. They tend to see fluctuating attendance, with many visitors coming in during the vacation season and then attendance dropping in...

Resources from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute

Resources from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute

Reopening the Church Guide - We launched brand new manual last Friday: Guide to Reopening Church Services: A Step-by-Step, Biblically-Based and Research-Based Approach to Resuming In-Person Ministries. This 26-page manual can be downloaded...

COVID-19: Considerations for Re-Gathering in Church Buildings

COVID-19: Considerations for Re-Gathering in Church Buildings

Pastor Resources · Covid - 19 And Returning To Church   I have a sister who lives in Vancouver, Washington, and another who resides in Richardson, Texas. Vancouver has few cases of COVID-19. But Dallas County, by comparison, has a lot. Yet, at the moment, Vancouver...

Four Cancer and Disease Prevention Tips to Keep Pastors Healthy

Four Cancer and Disease Prevention Tips to Keep Pastors Healthy

Nothing impacts a church family more than the sting of cancer or a life-threatening disease, especially when the journey involves the loss of life or the pastor. Research clearly shows that lifestyle is the major player in many diseases including cancer, and...

Podcast Episode 2 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 2

Podcast Episode 2 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 2

Welcome to the Pastor Resources podcast! Today Pastor Resource's president Dave Wike continues his conversation with Pastor Bob Franquiz of Calvery Fellowship. In part 2 of their discussion, they talk about dealing with struggles COVID has caused churches. Dave - So,...

Podcast Episode 1 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 1

Podcast Episode 1 – Churches Reopening – Bob Franquiz Part 1

Dave Wike speaks with Bob Franquiz about how churches are dealing with reopening. Hey guys, this is Dave Wike with Pastor Resources. You may remember back in early March we sent out a bunch of resources right when COVID took off and it became quite a crisis for the...

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 2

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 2

A New Approach to Feeding Hungry Families Local churches are innovatively taking the torch where others fall short and feeding the most food-insecure families. The Role of the Local Church Local churches have a unique ability to fill the gaps because they are in close...

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 1

How Churches Are Filling the Gaps in the “Last Mile of Need” Part 1

A New Approach to Feeding Hungry Families While each step of the supply chain is important, there is none more pressing than delivering through the “Last Mile of Need.” Due to the many challenges of the pandemic we know the health and economic impact of COVID-19 is...

The Ministry of Incarnational Listening

The Ministry of Incarnational Listening

  Pastors are under more pressure than ever. In the wake of the COVID crisis, many churches are struggling. Others have not been allowed to reopen. Offerings are down and stress levels are up. What will church look like moving forward? Will folks feel comfortable...

A Faceless Christianity: Will we return to church in a building?

A Faceless Christianity: Will we return to church in a building?

A Faceless Christianity Church attendance has been on thin ice for some time with many Millennials asking, “Why should I go to church at all?” One often-repeated comment about church is, “I love Jesus. It is church people I don’t care for.” Church life hasn’t produced...

How Churches in Vacation Destinations Can Survive COVID-19

How Churches in Vacation Destinations Can Survive COVID-19

Pastor Resources · How Churches In Vacation Destinations Can Survive COVID - 19 Churches in vacation destinations face unique struggles. They tend to see fluctuating attendance, with many visitors coming in during the vacation season and then attendance dropping in...

Resources from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute

Resources from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute

Reopening the Church Guide - We launched brand new manual last Friday: Guide to Reopening Church Services: A Step-by-Step, Biblically-Based and Research-Based Approach to Resuming In-Person Ministries. This 26-page manual can be downloaded...

COVID-19: Considerations for Re-Gathering in Church Buildings

COVID-19: Considerations for Re-Gathering in Church Buildings

Pastor Resources · Covid - 19 And Returning To Church   I have a sister who lives in Vancouver, Washington, and another who resides in Richardson, Texas. Vancouver has few cases of COVID-19. But Dallas County, by comparison, has a lot. Yet, at the moment, Vancouver...

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