Alyssa Young

How the Use of Technology Can Make or Break a Church

Over the past 10 years-really over 50 years, technology has expanded beyond belief. My grandmother does not know how to use a computer, let alone an iPhone, yet my 2-year-old nephew can play games on his mom and dad’s iPhone. It astounds me how attractive these devices are to all members of society (except for people my grandparents’ age). The question that is called to mind in my head is whether or not this technological…

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How to Teach Children the Value of Being Involved in Community Settings

Over the years, I have had the honor of teaching children about the Bible during Sunday school times. The church I used to do Children’s Ministry with had a curriculum that each teacher had to follow. Following a curriculum is as it guides your lesson. The important thing to make sure of though is that somewhere you insert the importance of loving the Lord your God and loving your neighbor as yourself. The lesson of…

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3 Reasons Why Weekly Meetings Keep Church Leaders Unified

Each ministry I have been associated with are vastly different in areas regarding methods and planning, but they all have shared one common thing: They hold weekly leadership meetings. Once group meets on Tuesdays over lunch. Another group meets on Thursday mornings. The day does not matter; what does matter is that the leaders are getting together. 3 Reasons Why Leaders Should Have Weekly Meetings 1. Weekly meetings keep all leaders informed about what is going…

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How to Restore Broken Communities and Renew Spiritual Growth among Church Members

I have witnessed a church community that seemed to be operating fine, but then took an unexpected turn. I have also seen that same community be built back up while still retaining a majority of church members. Most of the time, rebuilding a church community is difficult due to stubbornness, tense moments, and people leaving. It’s always a sad time when a church is struggling in the area of community, but it is possible to…

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Encouraging Members who are Part of Your Church Community

When a church gathers together, you know there are going to be people experiencing difficult situations. There are also many levels of difficulty people face, as well as different thresholds for each difficult situation. I know that I have had to lean on other followers of Jesus for support and encouragement during tough times in my life. It is the responsibility of fellow church members to come alongside those who are struggling in the church…

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  • Galatians 6:2 October 23, 2019
    “Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.”
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