Month: April 2022

Is Your Church Cyber Secure?

Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks.  These cyberattacks are normally aimed at accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information; extorting money from users; or interrupting normal processes and procedures.   Churches may believe they are too small to be at risk of a cyberattack or that they don’t have data a…
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Correcting the Scope of Discipleship

Growing up, Saturday was Chore-day.  Dad would assemble us kids and then begin handing out chores: Chris, mow the lawn, Mike, wash the van, Jana… you get the picture.  I remember one time I was assigned to mow the lawn, but when I went to start the lawn mower it was out of gas.  When I went back…
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“See You In A Few Weeks!”

District Conference, in the Rocky Mountain District (RMD), is held every two years.  Due to Covid-19, the RMD family was unable to gather in person in 2020, rather, we had a 90 minute Zoom session.  Some might prefer that again this year — not because of the virus, but because of the time, effort and…
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