Creating pathways for effective church planting is not a “one size fits all proposition.” Learn how to partner with other churches in your presbytery and region to establish healthy, long-term effective church planting practices!
Tom Ricks ser
"How our identity in Christ, leading change, and overcoming barriers can lead to revitalization," Session 7 of the 2020-2021 EPC Church Revitalization Workshop hosted on April 28, 2021, by Doug Resler, Senior Pastor of Parker Evangelical Presby
In the May 2021 (and final) edition of The Jeremiah Journal, Jeff Jeremiah reflects on his 15 years as EPC Stated Clerk, and thanks a number of individuals and groups he has served with. Jeff is retiring as Stated Clerk following the 41st Gener
"The Revitalization of the Congregation (Part 2: Revitalization Through Worship)," Session 6 of the 2020-2021 EPC Church Revitalization Workshop hosted on April 28, 2021, by Doug Resler, Senior Pastor of Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church i
"The Revitalization of the Congregation (Part 1)," Session 5 of the 2020-2021 EPC Church Revitalization Workshop hosted on March 24, 2021, by Doug Resler, Senior Pastor of Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Parker, Colorado. Panelists ar
"The Tech Challenge—Its Use, Purpose, and Value for the Future," led by Josh Modrzynski, Pastor of Riceville Valley Community Church in Asheville, North Carolina.
The inability to meet in person has forced all of us into new territory. This di
"A Pastoral Approach to Reconnecting," led by Zach Eswine, Lead Pastor of Riverside Church in Webster Groves, Missouri.
As leaders—Teaching and Ruling Elders together—called to shepherd the flock, this presentation examines the spiritual and e
"Facing the Financial Impact," led by Doug Walker, Pastor of River City Church in DeBary, Florida.
The economic impact of the pandemic has not passed the church by. This session explores what that impact looks like, as well as what the future
"The Life of the Church—Inside and Out!" led by Roy Yanke, Executive Director of PIR Ministries in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
This segment engages with church family life and connection—how it has grown or lessened—during the pandemic. Questi
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