Curated links for your weekend reading:

For the Church’s Sake, Don’t Let this Crisis Go to Waste

Church leader/ Pastor Elder, can you feel it? Feel that uncertainty of being launched out into the unknown? We have collectively, in the last month in the North American Church, been forced to try and redefine what we think successful ecclesiology looks like.

See part one of this two-part series as well.

Navigating Different COVID-19 Recovery Convictions

Navigating our varying COVID convictions is a non-negotiable for any leader who desires not only a physically healthy organization, but an emotionally healthy one too.

What If We Have to Cut Our Budget!? — Some Guidelines for Churches During COVID-19

Let me propose three things to keep in mind as you look ahead to a church budget with more-than-usual uncertainty.

6 Ways to Shepherd When You Can’t See the Sheep

In the wake of our pandemic, many godly shepherds are now faced with the daunting challenge of shepherding from a distance.

When They Roll Their Eyes

In every group, there are eye-rollers. Authority figures live in terror of eye rolls. So they leave positive initiatives on the table. This has a profound implication.

My column this week at The Gospel Coalition Canada: Are We Too Comfortable Here?

Maybe we’re a little too happy in exile. When the walls totter and the roof shudders, it’s a reminder to long for the new earth to come.

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