See the Good | Jamie Aten & Kent Annan, Humanitarian Disaster Institute

June 30, 2020

Jamie Aten and Kent Annan join us from Wheaton College’s Humanitarian Disaster Institute, the first faith-based academic disaster research center in the United States. Listen in to hear how they’re providing churches with timely resources regarding spiritual health, reopening, the future of the church, and so much more. Learn more about the Humanitarian Disaster Institute: www.wheaton.edu/HDI Learn more about the Spiritual First Aid Hub: www.spiritualfirstaidhub.com

23. Is church engagement the new attendance? (with Lee Coate)

February 19, 2021

Lee Coate, executive pastor for ministry and media at The Crossing Church and consultant at Growmentum (a church consulting group focused on helping churches and their leaders maximize their potential) joins us to discuss how churches can build culture with intentional language. Plus, listen in to hear how The Crossing measures engagement in their community. Learn more about Growmentum Group: www.growmentumgroup.com Learn more about The Crossing: www.thecrossinglv.com

22. Equipping your worship team to serve joyfully—and keep growing (with Jason Houtsma)

January 26, 2021

Founder Jason Houtsma shares how Worship Artistry—an online tool to learn and practice worship music—recognized the "burnout" involved in preparing weekend worship and addressed it by building a platform dedicated to helping churches invest back into their teams. Learn more about Worship Artistry: www.worshipartistry.com

21. Embracing technology to deepen discipleship (with National Community Church)

January 13, 2021

Lead Pastor Mark Batterson, Technology Director Matt Ortiz, and Groups Pastor Amanda Seidler join us from National Community Church—a multi-campus church based in Washington D.C.—to discuss how they utilize technology for deeper connections with their community. Plus, hear how they launched a daily devotional podcast, digital prayer meetings, TV apps, and more to stay connected in an unpredictable year for their church. Learn more about National Community Church: www.national.cc