How can Churches keep the economic engine running during COVID-19?

Meet Sierra Simmons, a recent Job One success story during the COVID-19 pandemic. A successful partnership with Job One can transform the futures of your church members and surrounding community, too. […]

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Our “Neighboring Seminar” brings communities virtually together

Seed to Oaks and the Sojourn Network partnered up to give local churches the tools they need to reach their community even when physical connection isn’t possible. These skills and community connections will last long after the COVID-19 pandemic has ended. […]

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How churches are using Seed to Oaks research to lead during COVID-19

As the leader of your congregation, you can use this valuable information to elevate your messaging and reach those who need it most while the world is home, and there is a captive audience to reach. […]

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Learn how your church and health professionals can address needs within your community.

For churches, health clinics provide a ministry that can mobilize your people to reach hundreds of families in your neighborhood. For health professionals, they provide a way to use your health expertise to help those who cannot afford or obtain health services any other way. Video coming soon! […]

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How Churches and a local Health Department came together to curb their city’s Hepatitis-A outbreak

Louisville was facing a crisis in November 2017. Hepatitis A, a virus of the liver that is highly contagious, was ravaging some neighborhoods of the city. The Health Department sought the help of Seed to Oaks to bring awareness through actual members of the community. […]

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