When we say swag, we mean the free promotional stuff you give away to raise awareness of what you’re doing. And you can use swag to promote your marriage ministry—allow us to explain how.
Do you ever feel like the pace of life keeps ramping up? Like life just moves by faster and faster and you’re wondering how you’ll ever get to all the things on your to-do list?
Small things actually make a huge difference in your marriage. Even something as minor as a sticky note can really impact your relationship with your spouse. But how?
Significant life change can happen in the context of small groups. In this setting, group members can feel safe to discuss issues and share experiences on a more personal level. One of the keys to small group effectiveness is the leaders and the preparations they make.
Recruiting people to help volunteer in your ministry is one of the toughest things that we do as leaders. I believe there are six ways that we can recruit well, and help others discover their God-given calling in leading a small groups.
I firmly believe that life-change happens most effectively in the context of a small group. In the end, the willingness of small group members to attend and engage will ultimately determine the overall success of a group.
Those you are leading are always watching—no matter how young or old they are. They are watching you for tips and tricks on how to be a grown up and on how to be a better person.
Different churches call small groups different things—community groups, Sunday school, Bible studies, or life groups. But they’re all the same thing. And they’re all equally as important. And they’re the topic of our upcoming quarterly webinar.
Although your marriage events won’t have any actual cats and dogs, you will likely have both social and anti-social people. And here are three lessons we can learn from dogs when building community with our large events.
No matter the size of your church, you can invest in marriages through a marriage event. Here are some things to consider as you begin to build a budget for your event.
Perhaps your marriage events have hit a stale patch on road. You feel like the events look identical to the one before it. You’re ready to change things up and take these events to the next level.
Breakout notes from the 2019 Orange Conference breakout: Get the Most Out of the Married People Strategy with Ted Lowe.
Breakout notes from the 2019 Orange Conference breakout: Reaching marriages today with Matt Engle.
Orange Conference 2019 breakout notes from how to build a great marriage strategy with Ted Lowe and Dave Safstrom.
What makes marriage ministry personal for you? Who do you know that makes such a difference in the work you do? We recently asked that question on our private Facebook group. And here are some of the responses we got.