To the average eye, it looks like a construction project. But to people with a big heart for outreach, that church construction project looks like a huge opportunity to reach out and show the love of Christ. Here are some examples of outreach that our construction teams have experienced from churches over the years:
Aspen Group is pleased to announce that we have launched a new, monthly e-newsletter focused on church design! We are excited to share stories of churches with unique spaces that align with their ministries. The e-newsletter will feature various facility projects, sharing photos, floor plans and the story behind the effective church design. Check out the June edition, featuring Grace Fellowship Church in DeMotte, IN.
Discover the impact Millennials' values, allegiances, and assumptions will have on your church.
Written by Lynn Noe
Last Thursday, March 17, 2011, Edwin Bahler went home to be with the Lord at age 84. With his passing, we remember his life and legacy, and feel very blessed to have such a rich heritage at Aspen Group.
Recognition...we all like it, many of us need it, and some of us just don’t think about its importance to those around us. So why is recognizing your team so important?
It’s an exciting time for your church. You have purchased property with the dream of building a new church. When budgeting and planning for your project, don’t forget the costs associated with permitting. Here are some questions regarding permitting that you will need to consider with your building team in order to plan and execute your project smoothly:
Emmanuel Church of Greenwood faced a challenge. They were blessed with a generous amount of space, but it was not the right space. The tremendous growth they had experienced over the past several years made this even more apparent. The problem was two-fold: they were tight on space in the auditorium and children’s ministry, and the facility itself was not aligned with their ministry. The traditional building did not match the people and the vibrant, cutting-edge ministry of the church.
Have you heard that the Cornerstone Alignment4 Conference is back in Indianapolis this year?
Blizzard? Extended power outages? No matter where you live, it is likely that you and your community were impacted by the weather during these last few days. So what if churches across the country had been able to help their communities in preparing for and dealing with our recent weather emergencies? What about other emergencies like the recent Tucson tragedy?