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The Witness of Waiting: Being still in the midst of crisis

The Witness of Waiting: Being still in the midst of crisis

The culture that created fast food and two-day shipping is not emotionally prepared for a quarantine. The American way thrives on immediacy and access - markets capitalize on it, social media runs on it, and our restless selves feed on it. But COVID-19 isn't going...

Tips for virtual gatherings

Tips for virtual gatherings

Updated March 30, 12:55pm In the interest of everyone's safety we have canceled all in-person gatherings or events until further notice. This was a tough call for us; we don't want to cause any panic, and as one news article put it this week, it's hard for any...

The Witness of Waiting: Being still in the midst of crisis

What happened to the end of the Lord’s Prayer?

As we've been going through our series on the Lord's Prayer in Matthew 6 and, depending on your Bible's translation, you've maybe noticed a section of the prayer that's missing. Here's Matthew 6:9-13 from the English Standard Version: 9 Pray then like this:...

Can I do a book study with my CG?

Can I do a book study with my CG?

We get this question all the time at Vintage: “Can my community group do a book study?" The short answer is yes, with answers to the details in the FAQs below:1. When is a good opportunity to do a book study with my group? Typically when multiple people in your group...

Kids in CG Workshop Audio

Kids in CG Workshop Audio

This post is part of a series from our Kids in CG workshop, which was all about helping families thrive in community group. You can find other posts and audio from that workshop by clicking here.Part 1: How to welcome families In part 1 I give an overview of how to...

Kids in CG Workshop Audio

Ideas for Childcare

This post is part of a series from our Kids in CG workshop, which was all about helping families thrive in community group. You can find other posts and audio from that workshop by clicking here.Two-list approach When thinking about hosting families in community...