With a mission to empower farmers and help them flourish, Thrive Farmers Coffee has revolutionized the coffee supply chain. By disconnecting from the volatile
Kris Vallotton of Bethel Church presents practical ways to find purpose in his new book “Destined to Win” and talks what makes a good leader and mentor.
Dr. Del Tackett presents factual evidence supporting the book of Genesis in “Is Genesis History?”, coming to theaters Feb. 23.
Filipino missionary Sharon Tonzo moved her life to Clarkston, Georgia, to help refugees adjust to life on U.S. soil.
Smart TVs, electronic check-in and robots are becoming the norm in high-tech hotels across the country, especially appealing to millennial and Gen Z guests.
Online clothing boutique Marque Modest Apparel is the fulfillment of a dream God gave Allie Shirley in high school.
It’s impossible to predict for certain what President Trump means for the events industry. We speculate on the potential paths ahead.
Two Bit Circus creates interactive digital playgrounds at events.
Here’s a look at the past successes of Christian bands Audio Adrenaline, Newsboys and Selah and where they are now.
Leadership guru and North Point Ministries’ Director of Guest Services Jason Young shares the ideas and practices that spur him to lead well.
IF:Gathering founder Jennie Allen shares the inspirations behind her newest book, "Nothing to Prove: Why We Can Stop Trying So Hard."
Did you miss any of our January 2017 stories? Here's a list of the top 10 most-read pieces from the first month of the year.
Milwaukee’s Signature Dance Company engages in a national conversation about police and minorities through FaithWorks.
A movement started by USTA president and CEO Roger Dow encourages Americans to use their vacation days and celebrate National Plan for Vacation Day.
Singer-songwriter Michelle Citrin has performed at key Jewish events and was named one of the top 10 new Jewish rock stars on Time.com.
With the goal of inspiring millennials to become the best version of themselves, Paul Sohn’s new organization aims to help others find their calling.
Industry leaders have cause to be optimistic with President Trump in office.
While comedians can serve as excellent entertainment, it can be difficult for faith-based planners to find one who resonates. We found five acts for you.
These are the hottest food trends you’ll see this year, according to the National Restaurant Association’s 2017 Culinary Forecast.
Dynamic duo The Skit Guys run a successful ministry that allows them to touch audiences all over the country through comedy.
Lake Superior State University’s new list of banished words will help you avoid becoming a bete noire at a meeting.
Safety concerns are top of mind now more than ever for meeting planners, according to MPI’s latest “Meetings Outlook.”
We've hunted down five comedy acts like Lena Green who may be a great fit for faith-based planners looking to book entertainment.
Atlanta-based Staplehouse and other restaurants around the country are filling bellies and hearts with their philanthropic roots.
Jenny Keeton, who gives up to 15 hours per week as a volunteer, reflects on service and what motivates her.
We gathered the 10 most popular Connect Faith stories in 2016.
Tom Noonan, president and CEO of the Austin CVB, moved from Baltimore, and thus began a new journey for the industry veteran.
Kimberly Willey reminisces and shares lessons she’s gained from serving as a volunteer.
Take a look back at the 10 most-read Connect Faith Q&A stories of the year.
Jeff Spadafora is out to show you how to battle busyness, create more space in your calendar and, ultimately, find joy every day in “The Joy Model."
Director of advancement and logistics for Parliament of the World’s Religions Brian Savage has been upping the profile of his interfaith organization.
One-third of adults don't get the recommended seven hours of sleep at night. Five event profs share what keeps them rested and ready to go.
Prices for coffee, a meeting essential, can burn your budget if you don’t plan accordingly.
Comedy acts like Amy Barnes may be a great fit for faith-based planners looking to book entertainment.
Frequent volunteer Charlton Cunningham recaps memories and lessons from the field.
Check out the top 10 companies to shop and work toward faith equality and inclusion.