Church Leadership articles

These articles are especially for Church Leaders.


It Is All About to Change!

When you think about your church, do you feel like you are truly being engaged as a grandparent? Do you feel like you are really being equipped and encouraged to disiciple your grandchildren? Do you feel like the opportunities for you at your church are primarily...

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Year Two of the Legacy Grandparenting Summit!

I’m sure you as grandparents – or parents – agree with me about how grandparents play a unique and profoundly influential role in the lives of our grandchildren – second only to parents – yet we are one of the most underserved groups in the church. We grandparents...

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Prayer Stations for Grandparents

For churches who are looking for a way to start a grandparenting ministry emphasis in the local church, there may be not greater way to start that with this idea--a one-day event to encourage grandparents to be more intentional about praying for their grandchildren. I...

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Simon, Simon!

 “Simon, Simon.” Jesus said, “Look, Satan has been allowed to have you that he may sift you like wheat." Christ’s words echoed in Peter’s mind as the cock crowed a third time. He shoulders slumped as unchecked tears poured from his eyes. At what point did Peter...

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Crawford Loritts – For a Time We Cannot See

As the church, and Children's Ministries in particular, come to understand the significant impact and difference engaged and intentional grandparents can and will make in the lives of their grandchildren, certainly they will want to focus upon developing strong and...

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One Reason to Fight for Your Marriage

My grandparents recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. That is an incredible accomplishment and an amazing gift to my family. It is also a declining reality for older couples. There’s a tendency to believe that divorce is something that happens to young...

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Still Running with the Lord

THE REAL WORLD OF A SINGLE GRANDPARENT When my children were in high school, I watched “Good Morning, America!” every day.  As I fixed breakfast, packed lunches and shooed my sleepy teens out the door, I listened to the breaking news on TV.  One day Robin Roberts, an...

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