On November 1, All Saints’ Day is a day we celebrate believers of every time. It’s often a day we honor the faithful who have died during the past year in our own church communities. It’s a day of gratefulness for those that have passed away who shared their faith with us, and a time to reflect on how we can continue to share our faith with others.
Our Sunday School wasn't working: A "Case Study" of One Church's shift to try a new approach and some other alternative Sunday School ideas
It’s always fun to start the new school year and youth group year with a special event. Here are some "classics" as well as some new ideas
How would you like to help form the faith of your children, youth, young adults, adults, families, and neighbors in ways that are life-giving, relevant, and practical? Often the first step is to talk about it; you simply have to “put it out there” and “start the conversation!”
Creative and interactive ideas for types of prayers and prayer activities to do with youth.
An overview of the work of the Racial Equity & Women's Intercultural Ministries area.
Imagine wanting to deepen your faith and finding the door locked. Now imagine you are the key that people need.
Won't you open the door for others? Learn how you can help racial ethnic and new immigrant worshiping communities experience the joy and love of Jesus Christ.
An overview of the work of the Racial Equity & Women’s Intercultural Ministries area.
90 recipes for your first 18 months in 1001. Are you hungering for God’s love?
Reflection piece by Ann Jones from First Presbyterian Church in Columbus, Indiana. Part of the HIV/AIDS mission toolkit.