In recent months we’ve focused our posts on ministry and outreach during the two dominating themes of the year: the pandemic and the racial unrest throughout our country.
For a review or to dig into those posts, you can go here:
1) Pandemic: Evangelism & Ministry During Pandemic
Probably the most popular post from that series was John Shaw talking about how small efforts during this difficult time can be used by God for big impact in peoples’ lives. Link: (“Small Efforts, Huge Kingdom Impact”)
2) Racial Unrest: Racial Unrest & The Church
2 posts were very popular from this series: John Shaw shared an article sent to him by a friend and talked about how now is a time for us to listen. Link: (“An Opportunity to Listen”)
And the recent podcast with Pastor Eric Watkins and ruling elder Tarence Dickerson about their ministry opportunities in St. Augustine after the death of George Floyd has been extremely popular. Link: (“Watkins & Dickerson Part 1”).
As we move forward, we will share any further stories on these two topics as we hear of them or have opportunity. We now plan to return to the content we were sharing prior to the pandemic. Most notably, a series on Leadership and an interview with Brad Peppo, church planter in Dayton, OH, talking about all things outreach and ministry in a Reformed Church. If you want to refresh on this interview before we post the next installment, that series can be found here: “Brad Peppo: On The Frontlines”