Posts by Jerilyn Sanders

Building Community on Tiny Screens

Building Community on Tiny Screens?

By Austin Humbles January 15, 2021

“Are you going to adapt the 12-week Faith & Finances class into a virtual format that we can offer our participants?” In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the Chalmers staff have been asked this question a number of times over the past few months. Man, we get it. We’ve all had to scramble to pivot…

Flipcharts from a Faith & Finances class

The Art of Flipcharts

By Austin Humbles February 5, 2019

Faith & Finances uses the tangible, customizable flipchart in every lesson. Flipcharts are great because they require no electricity, software updates, or photocopiers. But just because they are intentionally low-tech doesn’t mean that the importance of good flipcharting should be underestimated!

Participants in a Cost of Poverty Experience

The Cost of Poverty Experience

By Austin Humbles January 5, 2019

The Cost of Poverty Experience (COPE) is a tool that can help move your church or faith-based ministry into a deeper understanding of poverty that facilitates meaningful dialogue and engagement.