As many organizations regroup and alter services due to COVID-19, Camp Kaleo in Forsyth is essentially back to business as usual.
By Diana Chandler WASHINGTON (BP) – The nation’s High Court allowed blatant discrimination to stand in at least two cases limiting church activity during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito told the Federalist Society on Nov. 12. Alito referenced the July case of a Nevada church limited to 50 attendees when casinos were allowed […]
Doors open for registration at 9 a.m., with the annual meeting slated to begin at 1 p.m.
Current personnel at national WMU stands at approximately 40 staff members.
Due to COVID-19, the event typically spanning two days will instead be held to a single five-hour gathering…
Jeff Gongwer, left, stands with Pastor Neftali Coronado and Dave Nelson, associational missions strategist of Kimball and Central associations. Photo courtesy of Jeff Gongwer GREENSBORO — The physical effects of COVID-19 hit people hard, but the impact is felt just as strong in areas a little harder to measure. Pastor Neftali Coronado arrived in the […]
“OneDay•OneFocus is an exciting new virtual training event for women’s ministry leaders…”
Until the COVID-19 pandemic, Capitol Hill Baptist had met in person every Sunday since its founding in 1878 except for three weeks during the Spanish flu outbreak in 1918, Sok said.
“In  we made cuts, but our cash position didn’t improve.”
During COVID-19, there was a good deal of experimentation with small groups. There were groups meeting through Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, Facebook, Zoom, and other forms of media. What was extremely interesting was not the medium through which they gathered, but rather the content that drove their meetings. There was a great deal of traction gained by churches choosing to […]