Encouraging Healthy Missional Momentum
Congregational vitality is a journey of life, energy, passion, discovery, and hope. It is a result of the living God breathing new life into the heart of a congregation. Vitality is the wind of the Spirit…“a rushing wind so wild and strong,” as the old hymn goes. Our role is to raise our sails and catch this wind.
Vitality is nothing less than a spiritual awakening in Christ. It is not about sustaining and maintaining; it’s about thriving, growing, and depending on God to lead us deeper in Christ and further in mission.
To find out more, or to discuss a healthy missional check up for your church, contact Gerald Froese, Director of Church Vitality: geraldfroese(at)telus.net
Telling the Truth About Congregational Vitality
Veritas is a workshop designed for pastors, chairpersons, and other key leaders in the church. We will discover together the marks of a healthy missional church and the four types of established churches in the Covenant. We will then look at next steps.
The Veritas workshop is a great way to get the conversation going and/or to take it to the next level. The purpose of the workshop is to remind people that God is in the resurrection business and that he is pulling for you and your church to overcome.
Veritas is taught by John Wenrich, ECC director of congregational vitality, and by members of the Veritas Teaching Team, including Gerald Froese.