“The biggest mistake we can make is being afraid to make mistakes. In our industry right now so many things are bad that a lot of folks are paranoid to try anything. They’re just paralyzed by fear, and we really need to risk, not to batten down the hatches....
Maybe it’s the positive way she talks, punctuating every few sentences with an exclamation point just to make sure you’re tracking. Or maybe it’s her infectious enthusiasm, sharing stories about the prototype curriculum she’s currently writing for “aged-out” orphans in Russia...
Here lies the difficulty facing churches and Christian retail outlets today: People just aren’t showing up like they used to.
“‘Family-friendly’ isn’t a bad thing, and really shouldn’t we own the concept?” Ed Leonard of New Day says.
In light of several recent court cases involving Christian businesses declining their services for same-sex weddings, many believe it’s only a matter of time before Christian retail stores face similar lawsuits.
Savvy retailers know that selling toys isn’t for kids. It’s a high-margin category with the potential to impact lives and the bottom line. But selling and merchandising it takes effort and knowhow.
Renowned missionologist Riaan Heyns to speak at Global Worship Celebration; free eight-session digital publishing seminar offers certificate.
Clashing worldviews makes meaningful engagement with biblical truth more important than ever.
CBA moved to new offices recently to better designed space with more affordable rent.
Get discounts of up to 60% with new CBA member benefit for office supplies, signage, and more.