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By David W. Peters
The Rev. David Peters Shares Five Resources on Pandemic Church
By Greg Syler
Greg Syler asks “to what kind of future do we wish to return”. Do we as a church want to go back to the slow decline we were experiencing or take the time to fundamentally change the way we do business so that we fix our problems instead of patching them?
By Ken Mosesian
In our latest blog, Ken Mosesian advises us to get comfortable with being uncomfortable and to talk about both religion and politics. Both are powerful belief systems that underlie how people identify and should be shared. What do you think?
By Linda Buskirk
Linda Buskirk encourages stewardship ministry leaders to thank their supporters now to help them feel more connected to the Church.
By Ranjit Mathews
In our latest blog, Ranjit Mathews addresses the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol and its part in the White supremacy woven through United States’ history.
By Sandra Montes
Dr. Sandra Montes Shares Five Articles for Peace, Hope and Solace
By Annette Buchanan
Annette Buchanan talks about the value of friendships in Jesus in this post on Mark 2 1:12 for the Good Book Club.
By Linda Buskirk
In our latest blog, Linda Buskirk shares the hopefulness stemming from new people taking orders in the Episcopal Church. They come from many different backgrounds to follow the call. We pray for those who are in discernment or contemplating the priesthood.
By Nicole Foster
You wouldn’t think that hazing could be part of the process of taking holy orders, but unfortunately, it is. Nicole Foster explains what the term “apostolic hazing” means and what we can do about it.
By Ken Howard
Ken Howard brings 25 years of experience starting new congregations and redeveloping existing ones, so he’s learned more than a little about stewardship and what makes it successful. In this blog, he shares a list of ten important Dos and Don’ts. Give them a try!