We’ve learned in these past few months that the church is more than a building but the people who gather to live by God’s word and for God’s mission. Brothers and sisters, we can no longer remain silent as men and women of color are being lynched before our very eyes. We must weep, we must cry out, and we must stand.
Are the coronavirus, quarantines and uncertainties putting a strain on your marriage? Here are ways to fight the fear and grow closer to your spouse.
The coronavirus continues to dominate the news. We are worshipping together within our homes. And still, the church is serving, loving and praying for our community and the world. View updates regarding the pandemic and Ward Church’s response from our Senior Pastor, Scott McKee.
They may seem little, but God uses them to do big things. “They” are the annual group of WardKids who take the Next Steps Class. This year, 23 students with a parent met to learn about what it means to be a Christian, about baptism and communion. They were challenged to use their abilities to bless others.
Chances are, you’ve got a friend or family member who is stumbling along their own personal journey of grief. Learn five ways to best support them during tough seasons.
As parents, you have the incredibly important, and at times, difficult job of helping guide and direct your middle schooler toward more healthy thinking. Taking these simple steps to navigate them toward a positive body image will go a long way both today and in the future.