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5 Tips on How to Grow Your Church Choir

Growing a choir requires a lot of hard work, dedication and preparation. But the end result? It’s beautiful music to the ears! In today's article, Mary Crowson shares 5 tips for growing a church choir.

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#GrowWise. It's not Who you know it's WHO you know.

To the extent that we place our trust in people for our security and provision, we will inevitably succumb to what today’s text calls, “the fear of man.” I am beholden to the one on whom I am dependent. In other words, I will do whatever is necessary to please and appease this person in order to secure their provision.

From: J. D. Walt

A Vision for Volunteers: Unlocking Your Ministry’s Potential (Part I of 3)

When I began in youth ministry, I had trouble getting a volunteer stay with me for the whole year. Now, most of them stay for a decade. The learning curve was steep for me, but here is what I learned.

From: Youth Ministry Collective

We Are Not Slaves (Part 2)

Every major figure in the Bible talked about the importance of Sabbath. Jesus himself was faithful to practice it. The Bible in both testaments claims it as the key to healthy living — spiritually, mentally and physically. And yet, ministry leaders seldom take it seriously and often dangerously neglect it in our own lives.

From: Church Planter Collective

“Selma” and the Embodiment of the Gospel

As I dive more into the Gospels and epistles of the New Testament, I realize that the call to discipleship involves the summons to presence and practice. We’re called to be with Jesus and practice what he does.

From: Wesleyan Accent

New At Seedbed

Church Planter Collective

We're excited to announce our Church Planter Collective — a community of thought leaders and practitioners committed to networking and encouraging church planters with the richness of the Wesleyan theological vision and tradition..

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