Church Communication Hero: Juana Inés De La Cruz

“I don’t study to know more, but to ignore less.” -Juana Inés De La Cruz (1651-1695) This may be the strangest opening sentence I’ve ever written, but here it is: I kinda wish I were a nun. Now, I have to admit I don’t know any nuns personally, having attended public schools and decidedly Protestant churches … Read moreChurch Communication Hero: Juana Inés De La Cruz

4 bbcon Takeaways for Philanthropic Organizations to Power 2019 Planning

It has been almost three weeks since we concluded bbcon 2018 in Orlando, and we’re still wrapping our head around the terrific content seen and inspiring conversations overheard amongst over 2,000 attendees from across the social, private and public sectors. With over 275 sessions over three days, opportunities for learning were plentiful. Now that you’re back in the … Read more4 bbcon Takeaways for Philanthropic Organizations to Power 2019 Planning

Halloween: The Chance for Churches to Go Into Their Communities

Christians are really good at co-opting things. We can turn any movie title or brand name into a cheesy Christian alternative. We’ve created our own musical genre that’s not defined by music. Much of our modern Christmas traditions were co-opted from pagans. Yet Halloween remains a mystery. Why not send your church out on Halloween? … Read moreHalloween: The Chance for Churches to Go Into Their Communities