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Encountering LOGOS in West Virginia

A Bone to Pick

Space to Have a “Good Think”

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Encountering LOGOS in West Virginia

Posted by Tracey Daniels at

When I went to the LOGOS Encounter at First Presbyterian Church in Charleston, West Virginia, in March, I didn’t know what to expect. ... My first impression was the commitment to and love of LOGOS among the people from First Presbyterian – which I saw as a representation of the love they have for the children, youth, and adults in their church. For them, LOGOS has been a way to develop and grow Christian relationships in their faith community – which is exactly the point of the program. They love what LOGOS has done in their church, and they wanted to make it even better through this training.

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A Bone to Pick

Posted by Liz Perraud at

By Betsy Dishman, Training Coordinator, GenOn Ministries Bones...a term of endearment to churches with LOGOS ministries, but admittedly insider language. What does an excellent design for ministry with children and youth have to do with bones? Historically, (after over 50 years of refining LOGOS ministry you can use that word) the bones gave churches a structure for their programs; flexible, but never to be broken. Currently, GenOn Ministries recognizes that bones come in all shapes and sizes, and are unique to each individual. Likewise, LOGOS Bones, while still the structure, look different from church to church, small to large, urban...

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Space to Have a “Good Think”

Posted by Liz Perraud at

By Betsy Dishman From battling the whirlwind of ministry, to spinning plates, church leaders either figure this out or burn out. We all need space to have a “good think.” Read "5 Simple Ways to Break Free from the Ministry Vortex" posted by The Church Renewal Lab (of the Christian Reformed Church), for suggestions to help Christian leaders break free from the ministry vortex. According to the article, “Innovative congregations are led by leaders constantly immersing themselves in fresh thinking through leadership books, conferences, visiting cutting edge ministries and conversing with people far from faith and faith family.” GenOn training...

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