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Could you use a Sunday LIFT?

Intergenerational Lenten Gatherings in the Church

DeHaven LOGOS Fund Exceeds Fundraising Goal!

If Wednesday is the new Sunday then what does that mean for Christian education?

A World Filled with Thriving Christian Communities

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Could you use a Sunday LIFT?

Posted by Liz Perraud at

Sunday morning Christian education is changing in our culture. Churches and communities are now seeing more opportunities for families on Sunday morning instead of just church. Because of these and other obstacles, Sunday LIFT may be the choice for you.

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Intergenerational Lenten Gatherings in the Church

Posted by Liz Perraud at

As the Lenten season approaches, here are a few ideas for using GenOn’s “All God’s Children: The Church Family Gathers for Lent” resource...

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DeHaven LOGOS Fund Exceeds Fundraising Goal!

Posted by Liz Perraud at

Thank you! We did it! In 2016 the GenOn Board of Directors approved the creation of the DeHaven LOGOS Fund to support Christian churches who have established or wish to start a LOGOS weekly ministry as a means of being an intergenerational church, yet have limited funds to do so.  Thomas Kanavy, member of the GenOn Board of Directors says this of the importance of the DeHaven fund, “LOGOS builds thriving churches and we have 50 years of evidence to support this claim.  The DeHaven Grant was introduced as a way to bring LOGOS into financially distressed communities and to...

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If Wednesday is the new Sunday then what does that mean for Christian education?

Posted by Liz Perraud at

There was a day when schools and communities guarded Wednesday night as “church night.” Rarely were school sports practices or evening events scheduled. And then there wasn’t that day. Maybe the practice was more of a Bible Belt thing—most common in the south and midwest states. Growing up in the DC area I have no memory of Wednesday night reserved for religious reasons and it certainly wasn’t the case for my children. We all know about the gradual erosion of Sunday morning as “sacred” time. About 20 years ago, our soccer club ruled that no game would start prior to...

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A World Filled with Thriving Christian Communities

Posted by Liz Perraud at

“We started LOGOS with a ‘soft launch’—only doing two of the elements (Family Time and Bible Study) until we have more buy-in. We have very few children in our small church, but we want to build relationships between the children and the adults.  We had 50 people come to the first night…seven of which were children. There was a child at each table with adults surrounding that child and sharing and caring for them. My congregation has never been so excited about an event!  I've been getting phone calls all day about how much the members enjoyed everything! It's a new...

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