Church Vitality

Why Should We Care about the Vital Church Project?

Bob Hoshibata


For the past two years, the leaders of the Oregon-Idaho Annual Conference have been diligently and faithfully working on the Vital Church Project.  I would like to share some of the excitement of the "unveiling" of our Vital Church Project.  It may well be the key to our successful achieving of a vision of congregations led by lay and clergy who are growing healthy vital congregations that change lives and transform communities!

The Measure of Success - 525,600 minutes

Bob Hoshibata


525,600 minutes from now, what difference will it make in our churches and in our communities because of our Annual Conference's time together?

You get what you measure...

Kim Fields


“You get what you measure.” I read that in a book the other day, and I quickly discounted the statement. Then I thought ...

Mike Slaughter to share at Annual Conference

Bob Hoshibata


Our Annual Conference efforts to support and resource you as you grow healthy vital congregations continues with the coming of Mike Slaughter to our Annual Conference session in June.

Let me share with you why I am excited about his coming!

An Insider's Scoop on a Conference in Transition

Scott Harkness


Under the banner of "Embracing Change," conference leadership made some big promises and commitments at the last session of annual conference.  What's happened since then? Here is one insider's scoop on what's been going on with a conference undergoing transition.

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