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It’s Time to Assess Your Online Appeal

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ In dialogue with ministry colleagues, one person suggested that for many years we sought to impress on churches the need to have an attractive curb appeal. A couple of decades ago as websites because a popular way for people to learn about congregations, the conversation added the idea of website appeal. […]

Taking the Long View of the PPP Loans for Churches

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ When COVID-19 struck the USA – and the world – over the last six to eight months, when businesses shut down, the stock market tanked, and millions of people lost their jobs temporarily or permanently, one of the responses from the federal government was the Payroll Protection Program administered by the […]

Blowing a Certain Trumpet During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ During the COVID-19 Pandemic, one of the greatest stressors is uncertainty. No one knows for sure exactly the right thing to do. Almost everyone has never been down this road before. A few people have seen somewhat similar crises. HIV/AIDS. Ebola. Sars. But no one alive and serving in a leadership […]

Vulnerable Churches

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic we have heard dialogue about people who are more vulnerable to this coronavirus than are others. Much of the conversation has focused on older people, people in assisted living or nursing homes, people without easy access to health care, lower-income people or racial and ethnic minorities, and […]

Everyone Seems to Be Worried About the Kids When We Return to Church. What About the Workers?

Also view at https://www.facebook.com/pg/BullardNetwork/notes/ During the recent primary elections in the United States, the voting process was hampered by several factors. One of them was that many of the poll workers were senior adults and other vulnerable people who were the needed volunteers and chose not to work at the polling places because of their […]

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