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An event's livestream can lead to increased social engagement, marketable content and an insider’s perspective to those unable to attend.
Hungry For A Day encourages people to fast and donate what they would have spent on food to a partner organization.
Are hotel Bibles becoming a thing of the past?
Pope Francis has established a laundromat in the center of Rome that's free of charge to those in need.
Room drops and speaker gifts from inspirational gift manufacturer Glory Haus could be just the ticket if you’re looking to support the greater good.
Hobby Lobby President Steve Green discusses his latest mission: Educate groups of all faiths with the upcoming Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
With spring 2017 upon us, the latest set of hotel builds, restorations and renovations emerge.
Danise and Jim Owings launched Play on Purpose to develop athletes’ spirituality on and off the field.
The Truett Cathy family invites the public to Easter Eggstravaganza, a free egg hunt and presentation of the gospel.
Women across the country are snatching up colorful leggings, feminine tops and flattering dresses by direct-marketing clothier LuLaRoe.
Did you miss any of our March 2017 stories? Here's a list of the top 10 most-read pieces on Connect Faith.
Best-selling book “The Case for Christ” by Lee Strobel will release in theaters April 7, a week ahead of Good Friday.
A cooking competition with student judges livens up Christ in Youth’s SuperStart, a weekend ministry tour for fourth- through sixth-graders.
Your job may have changed over the past few years, but it’s got nothing on these roles. See how five new job titles are helpful to events today.
Wren & Roch handbags combine high fashion and purpose, empowering survivors of rape, domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Greg Lepesh, the new executive chef at Asilomar Conference Grounds, talks what's trending in palate- and people-pleasing event F&B.
Hip-hop artist Humble Tip shares how he became an ambassador for Liberty University and why he's an unlikely but passionate representative.
After 15 years running the Detroit Sports Commission, Dave Beachnau is promoted to help draw more meetings to Motor City.
Two best friends transformed into comedy act Nun & Nunner as a funny way to express their Christian faith and entertain audiences.
What do airlines have in store for business travelers this year? Steady prices and cheaper options.
Cakes are restaking their claim on the dessert table with reflective glazes, innovative shapes and wild designs.
When tragedy struck, Tymm and Laura Hoffman launched Brighton Their World, a nonprofit providing for orphans in Ethiopia.
Be inspired by these happy little leadership lessons from beloved TV personas Bob Ross and Mister Rogers.
Create camaraderie, tempt taste buds and make memories with these group dining experiences that are anything but ordinary.
Buffalo, New York, is shrugging off its once gritty, industrial vibe for a notably hipper atmosphere faith-based conference attendees will enjoy.
Incorporating child care into meetings and events is on the rise.
Elizabeth Roy, modest fashion blogger for Downtown Demure, discusses how she stays true to her faith without sacrificing style.
Learn why investing in the science of scents is a smart bet for an unforgettable event.
Desk accessories like candles and paperclips become pretty necessities for making your workspace cozy, quaint and productive.
Here's a roundup of our most popular stories from February in case you missed any of them.
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.