May 26, 2019

Grief Steps: Externalizing Congregational Pain

Individuals aren’t the only ones who grieve. When a congregation experiences loss, whether their beloved pastor of thirty-two years has retired, the church matriarch has died … or quit the church, or the building burned down, grieving is a reality. However, few church leaders are equipped to deal with it. This week, Drs. Kris and Bill explore congregational grief and how to lead a congregation for hurt t healing.

Teaching Your Congregation to Pray

Teaching Your Congregation to Pray. In Matthew, the disciples didn’t ask Jesus “how” to pray, they asked “teach us to pray.” Prayer is the cornerstone spiritual practice for the church, but we can no longer presume our members are doing much of it. This week, Drs. Kris and Bill will offer specific how-tos for increasing the amount of prayer by your membership.

Restoring a Congregation’s Self-Esteem

Restoring a Congregation’s Self-Esteem Low self-esteem doesn’t affect only individuals; Drs. Kris and Bill are finding it in congregation after congregation. Join "the Drs." today as they share ways to restore and build congregational self-esteem.  

The Games Congregations Play – Or Need to Be

The Games Congregations Play – Or Need to Be The congregations that play together stay together. How well and how often does your congregation play together?  In this episode Drs. Bill and Kris will offer hints for helpful play and fortuitous fun that can make a big difference in your congregation. Are you game?   [product-description […]

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