5 June, 2023

Take Our Communion Survey (Plus News Briefs)

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Is your church still purchasing prepackaged Communion emblems for people to pick up as they gather for your in-person worship services, or have you gone back to preparing Communion trays on-site and passing them one person to another? 

Christian Standard has prepared a brief survey to determine how churches are practicing Communion today, now that many health restrictions have been lifted. All churchgoers are welcome to fill out the survey, which should take less than 2 minutes to complete. Responses are welcome until midnight Friday, Aug. 5. We will share the results next week.


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News Briefs

Crossroads Church Partners (Rochester, Minn.) and e2: effective elders (Indianapolis) have established a strategic partnership to help equip elders throughout the Upper Midwest (Minnesota, Wisconsin, the Dakotas, etc.). CCP’s executive director Curtis McGinnis made the announcement.

Gary Johnson, executive director of e2, recently made a weeklong visit to work with CCP. Johnson spoke at Flourish Leadership Conferences in Minnesota and Wisconsin on the subject of “What’s Next? How Thinking Forward Moves the Church Forward.” 

McGinnis and Johnson said the ministries are excited about combining resources to bring significant elder training and encouragement throughout the region.

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Kentucky Christian University will host a Minister Appreciation Luncheon at noon on Oct. 20 featuring Ken Idleman, vice president of leadership development with The Solomon Foundation. Idleman formerly was a megachurch minister and president of Ozark Christian College. Ministers and their staff members are invited to the free luncheon. Learn more and register at www.kcu.edu/minapp.

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