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Easter Follow-up during COVID-19

Easter is usually one of the highest attended services for churches in the calendar year. As a result, many churches launch small groups, introduction classes, or new series as a way to follow-up with visitors. COVID-19 drastically changed both Easter services and follow-up opportunities for all churches. Although you may not have seen new visitors …

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A message from Rico Tice on coronavirus and the loss of idols

As ever yesterday I was trying to finish my morning Bible reading on the subway. Sadly in this secular society, contrary to the call of Jesus in Mark 8:38 to not be “ashamed of me or my words”, I always feel a little embarrassed to get the Bible out and be reading it in public. …

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Thoughts on COVID-19 and Christian Community

Western Region Director Kevin Allen and CE staff share some thoughts in light of the increasing concerns around COVID-19. Recently, I saw a picture of a woman entering a Costco in Seattle with a gas mask. While not everyone will take measures to that extreme, the last couple of weeks have certainly changed, for the …

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Pastors who help make Christianity Explored happen

To pastors who read this blog, you are key in helping your people tell the gospel.  After I heard Paul Chelson commenting about how their pastors were doing an exceptionally good job at this, I asked Paul and Judy to write about how pastors in their church are helping people tell the gospel. Tony Campolo …

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