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- August 2019: Learn More About Your Congregation Through Focus Groups
- July 2019: Team Talk Can Strengthen Volunteer Ministry
- June 2019: Overcoming Volunteer Burnout
- May 2019: Tips for Starting and Managing a Worship Band
- April 2019: Building Your Community Ties with a Block Party
- March 2019: Media Technology for Worship
- February 2019: What is Contemporary Worship?
- January 2019: Defining Church Vitality
- December 2018: Getting to Know Our Neighbors
- November 2018: How to Develop Habits for Well-Being
- October 2018: Don’t Disagree, Deliberate!
- September 2018: Checking Up on Clergy Health
- August 2018: How to Raise Money for Your Community Projects
- July 2018: Inviting Informing and Including Newcomers