Most technological advances are both a blessing and a curse when it comes to harnessing their potential for effective ministry and volunteer management. Take, for example, call display and an experience we had last summer in our church office.
I was doing some touch-up painting around the house, when I encountered it: the small cluster of holes in the yellowish paint and drywall. Tucked away behind the mixer and the fishbowl in the kitchen, it is nearly imperceptible to all but the most knowing eyes.
What I’m reading
unChristian and Metamorpha
I recently attended a municipal discussion forum on the most significant challenges facing our region. Participants were asked to introduce themselves, tell a little bit about the organization we represented, and what solutions we felt our perspective brought to the table…
I can’t mow my lawn right now. Not because I’m physically unable to do so and not because I don’t need to. I can’t mow my lawn right now because I don’t own a lawnmower. There’s one close by, but I can’t get to it right now because it’s in my neighbour’s garage.