This is an unprecedented time. Yet we hold fast to the promises of Jesus Christ to be with us always, even in times of disruption and crisis. We can get through this together. Each episode, an experienced practitioner or thought leader will open a conversation about a crucial ministry topic in the face of physical distancing, working from home, and financial uncertainty.
Finding Abundance in the Badlands: Collaboration in Worship and Community
A rural two-point parish and other churches joined together to collaborate and innovate in response to the pandemic. Listen in for how they managed internet challenges and more.
Stay Signed On: What's next for online church?
Ryan Panzer, author of the upcoming "Grace and Gigabytes: Being Church in a Tech-Shaped Culture" shares how to continue online ministry.
Discipleship and Evangelism in a Virtual World
Alicia Granholm discusses what the virtual landscape is like for ministry.
Talking about Money in Anxious Times
Grace Duddy Pomroy (director of the Stewardship Leaders Program at Luther Seminary) provides a powerful series of images for talking about money and stewardship during a crisis.
Nurturing the Scattered Church
Rev. Chris Steubing (pastor of Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Vadnais Heights, Minnesota) discusses mission and missional communities.
Rethinking Death, Distance, and Resurrection
Dr. Beverly Wallace ( ordained Lutheran clergywoman and the Associate Professor of Congregation and Community Care at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota) takes a closer look at death, distance, and resurrection.
The ideas and advice in this are helping us minister right now.