Last night I walked out of the room shaking my head. God, I don’t know how you pulled this off, but this team is simply amazing. Unified. Visionary. Encouraging. Fun. Passionate. Gifted. Transparent. Gracious. These are just a few of the words I’d use to describe the people who faithfully serve on CCV’s Leadership Team.
“I know the best and most helpful thing I can do is lean into the Lord – to trust God with each day, to spend time in His word, and pray that He continues to demonstrate how constant and faithful He is in these uncertain times.” – Michelle Hicks Life is filled with uncertainty, especially
Technology has quickly infiltrated our society as both a blessing and a curse. Our fingers, hands, and even our voices are capable of doing a wide array of things. These pocket personal assistants are great when used properly and efficiently. On the contrary, these devices can get us into trouble and decrease our productivity rather
You’ll never guess what I’m about to confess. There’s no need to try. I’m about to tell you. Perhaps you usually think of the word confess like this: “confess your faults one to another” that you may be healed (James 5:16). But that’s not where I’m going with this devotional word. I’m using the word, confess in more of a
“If Jesus was to sit down with you as you navigate social media, would he see you as a person making peace? Are you a peacemaker? Are you a bridge builder for God’s kingdom?” – Dr. Derwin L. Gray, Lead Pastor of Transformation Church. The literal definition for a peacemaker is “one who makes peace”.
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This is it! You’ve been working with a youth-ministry goal in mind, and you’re about ready to go in for your first interview—but how do you prepare?! Don’t freak out. We’ve got you covered with 12 tips that will help you nail that interview. 1. Do your research The church is not just looking for
“In the wake of COVID-19, we have a tremendous opportunity to build an army of volunteers and leaders in our church, not just an audience of spectators.” – Todd Adkins, Director of LifeWay Leadership. Some may see this time as a stumbling block to their resolutions. Others might see it as an opportunity. This is a
Crisis changes you. The extent of the change may vary, but a crisis will leave its mark. A loved one’s death, a car accident, cancer, a miscarriage, losing a job, an epic public failure—all will change you, for better or worse. Crisis changes communities and nations as well. Wars, economic depressions terrorist attacks, and
If you haven’t noticed, church staffing has become a competitive market in recent years. So much so that a quick Google search of “Church Staff Search Firms” will provide you with a list of companies whose entire purpose is to help staff local churches, and whom didn’t exist 20 years ago. By the way, some