6 Critical Areas of Self-Care for Leaders

Summer ministry season is here, and many of you are in the midst of or preparing for significant community outreach like VBS, sports camps, and more. We’re in your corner as you prepare and lead and create spaces for kids to come to know and love Jesus! From one leader to another, I wanted to encourage you today to not … Read More

What’s Good about Today?

Good Friday requires something from us. And it is needful that it does. When we arrive in Luke 23, we observe the ways that the chief priests, scribes, soldiers of the Roman army, and Roman officials have all falsely accused, mocked, and ultimately sentenced the innocent Lamb of God to death. After the painful journey to Golgotha, Jesus is brutally nailed to … Read More

In Grateful Memory

“This past weekend, an exceptional friend of our community went home to be with Jesus. Dale VonSeggen was a pioneer in ministry to children and youth. He and his wife Liz founded One Way Street, and inspired thousands in the use of creative arts to share the gospel around the world. As news of his passing has spread, many are … Read More

What are the Unforced Rhythms of Grace?

Several years ago, I was attending a conference in Atlanta for youth pastors. At one of the general sessions, a band came up on stage that I had never heard of before… they were called The City Harmonic. It was quiet, there was an upright piano on stage, and the band took their places. The pianist was standing – not … Read More

CPC19 Highlight Video [Just Released]

By Faith CPC

It’s hard to believe that it’s been two weeks since a couple thousand leaders like you were gathering in Orlando and beginning what would be a week I will never, ever forget. One of the most stunning things to observe at CPC this year was what it looks when the fruit of the gospel spills out onto each other in … Read More

Start the right way this new year!

Happy new year, friend!! Welcome to 2019! Waking up on January 1 means waking up to something fresh and something familiar at the same time. It’s fresh because we’ve never been here- 2019 hasn’t happened before and there’s 365 days ahead of us that we know are pages yet to be written. It’s familiar in that we wake up to … Read More

Immanuel: God is still with us

Merry Christmas, friends! I am praying you find yourself surrounded by loved ones today. As I write this, I’m hoping you’ll get to eat some special “Christmas-only” dishes, open some gifts, and sing some favorite carols. I love the carol “O Come, O Come Immanuel” – the tune is beautiful, but the words so clearly capture the beauty, the waiting, … Read More

Christmas – It’s for you to celebrate, too!

It’s December! For many of you, that means you’re headed toward Christmas programs, Advent has begun, and Christmas Eve services are being prepared. There are a lot of amazing things happening this month to celebrate the wonder of the King and His birth… and in the midst of it all, we (as leaders) can miss the celebrating and the wonder … Read More

Thankful for YOU

You are advancing the Kingdom of God each week. You are influencing the spiritual formation of a generation. You are raising up leaders and multiplying the impact of the Church. You are our hero. And we are deeply thankful for who you are! We know from Matthew 18 that to receive a child into your midst in the name of … Read More

Faith When It’s Difficult

The past couple of weeks remind us why our souls long for heaven. Shootings and fires. Grief and worry. The list feels long, and this is difficult. As those made in the image of God, we look at this and know this isn’t how it was meant to be. We long for the day when all the brokenness and wrong … Read More