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This page features resources and articles for pastors and church leaders throughout the Pacific Union Conference.

Evangelism Resources

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The world has dramatically changed since Jesus directed His followers to carry the gospel to all the world, but people are basically the same. People …

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How to Reopen Church

I admit it. I’m craving face-to-face time with my church family. Truthfully, seeing my church board on Zoom with unshaved faces and disheveled hair (and …

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Evangelism Today

A friend of mine once pastored a dying church that was passionate about literature distribution, satellite evangelism, prayer, and health seminars. The only problem is …

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Positive Disruption

If you are fortunate enough to live a relatively trouble-free life, count your blessings. However, as you do, remember that avoiding trouble and enjoying a …

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Panic or Peace?

Splashed across every recent social media post and news screen is the odd combination of letters and numbers COVID-19. This hideous virus has changed our …

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Servant Leaders

Pastors and church leaders are called to lives of humble service. “Care for the flock that God has entrusted to you. Watch over it willingly, …

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A Refuge of Lies

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We lie because dishonesty offers us a false sense of refuge. With lies we try to control the narrative and put a positive spin on …

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Take Five

Five Ways to Seek Peace and Defuse Conflict “As far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone” (Romans 12:18, AMP). 1. Put a …

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How to Do Prison Ministry

Church Support Services recently interviewed Gladys Eddy-Lee about her work with a coordinated prison ministry in the San Diego area. She is a veteran participant …

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Radical Peacemaking

“You are so wrong!” I said with a sarcastic smile. “Show me in the Bible where it says that.” “I’m telling you, it’s true,” he …

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