Given the pace of life, it’s likely you missed a post or two this past month. It’s also my hope you would want to read again a favorite post from the past few weeks. Hence, the KW360 Digest. Pour a fresh cup of your favorite blend, settle in, and enjoy the review. As you might have guessed, there are links to bonus content at the end.
New posts are published on Tuesdays, although there is some flexibility in the schedule.
- Finding the Right Metaphors for Churches Today (Jan. 2)
- Churches Learn to Irrigate in Droughts (Jan. 9)
- Churches Shift Expectations for Service (Jan. 16)
- Churches Focus on Highest Priorities in Droughts (Jan. 23)
- Drought Leads Churches to Diversify Funding (Jan. 30)
As a former journalist, I have a difficult time turning off the keyboard. Thus, I’ve continued to publish over the years. Some of those posts are worthy of updating or reposting. A few are totally rewritten.
- KW360 Digest: December in Review (Jan. 4)
- Root Causes for Churches Changing Governance (Jan.11)
- Real Differences in Church Governance (Jan. 18)
- Cost of Cutting Corners in Church Governance (Jan. 25)
Conversations about Faith & Life
Each week we publish interactive devotions on Jesus’ life designed to equip God’s people to live out their faith on daily basis.
- Presentation of Jesus (Dec. 31, 2017)
- The Prophet (Jan. 7)
- Meeting Jesus (Jan. 14)
- Fishers of Men (Jan. 21)
- Amazed at Jesus (Jan. 28)
Top Five Reads
The following links are to content from other authors that fit well the mission of KW360.
- I agree with so much of this post on pastoral leadership, I could have written it myself. Yet, it also reminds me of how often I fail to lead well. There is such a deep need for grace as the foundation for all pastoral leadership.
- I resonate with some of the insights about changes churches this author thinks churches must make. I also think a couple changes go too far. What do you think?
- This post entitled “Everyone Has a Mission” is an encouragement to all Christ-followers.
- Metrics matter for ministry. This post from friend and Facilitator B. Keith Haney created to some healthy discussion.
- If you are on the fence about church social media focusing on videos, read this post.
Thanks for Participating in the KW360 Community
Let us know what struck you in this post in the comments or via email. Until next month, the Lord bless and guide.