Category: Guest Services

It’s Not Enough to Know Your B.O.

We’re in the dog days of summer here in the western hemisphere. In North Carolina, the average daily temperatures hover in the low 300s and the humidity level is officially classified as “freshly-discarded gym...

Plumb Lines in a Pandemic, part 5

As church leaders begin to re-engage with in-person weekend services, I thought it might be fitting to revisit our Plumb Lines series, specifically applying those steady principles to our current uncertainty. A plumb line...

Plumb Lines in a Pandemic, part 4

As church leaders begin to re-engage with in-person weekend services, I thought it might be fitting to revisit our Plumb Lines series, specifically applying those steady principles to our current uncertainty. A plumb line...

Plumb Lines in a Pandemic, part 3

As church leaders begin to re-engage with in-person weekend services, I thought it might be fitting to revisit our Plumb Lines series, specifically applying those steady principles to our current uncertainty. A plumb line...

Plumb Lines in a Pandemic, part 2

As church leaders begin to re-engage with in-person weekend services, I thought it might be fitting to revisit our Plumb Lines series, specifically applying those steady principles to our current uncertainty. A plumb line...

Plumb Lines in a Pandemic, part 1

As church leaders begin to re-engage with in-person weekend services, I thought it might be fitting to revisit our Plumb Lines series, specifically applying those steady principles to our current uncertainty. A plumb line...

Ninja-Level Customer Service

Earlier this week I came to a COVID-19 crossroads: I realized for the entirety of this pandemic, I have not given a flying fig about what I eat. Chex Mix? Get in my belly....

About That Extra Mile…

In Matthew 5:41, Jesus pointed to a common practice of the day: Roman soldiers were allowed to conscript Jewish civilians into service and force them to carry their packs for one mile. In Jesus’...