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By Richelle Thompson
Richelle Thompson shares the story of Graeter’s ice cream’s copy editing error to make a valuable pint, uh, point, that we are quick to cast blame and slow to extend grace. This company’s act of Christian charity is an example of humility for all of us members of the “gotcha!” culture.
Todos podemos estar de acuerdo en que queremos crecer espiritualmente. En su blog, Para Crecer Espiritualmente Necesitamos Ser Amados, Andres Herrera describe como para gente de un grupo minoritario este búsqueda puede ser aún más difícil.
We can all agree that we want to grow spiritually. In his blog, We Need to Be Loved to Grow Spiritually, Andres Herrera describes how for people from a minority group this search can be even more difficult.
By Lisa G. Fischbeck
Lisa Fischbeck talks about the Nicene Creed and its place in the liturgy. She explores how it might be a more spiritual declaration of faith if the Creed were chanted or sung instead of recited.
By Alan Bentrup
Simple actions like nodding hello to strangers while walking around the neighborhood can create a temporary connection that brings a shared closeness. Alan Bentrup explains his version of prayer-walking evangelism in his latest blog.
By Nicole Foster
Judah was on the brink of disaster when the Lord spoke through Isaiah. When it seemed that all was near lost, God’s vindication showed all the skeptics different. If you are in covenant with the Lord and you’re feeling like Satan has won, just hang in there, God will vindicate you!
By Isaac Everett
What do millennials need from the church? In Intentional Community, Isaac Everett explores a very real crisis that many young people have been thrust into – the lack of affordable housing, and offers hope and ideas for what the Church can do to create meaningful community for young people.
By Jackie Overton
As a parent I can leave feeling renewed and refreshed and ready to face the week ahead.
By Cathy Hornberger
This month we offer five resources to help your congregation with communication challenges.
By Linda Buskirk
Cottage meetings are gatherings in homes where folks can explore faith and pray for guidance. Meeting in homes allows people to get to know each other in comfortable, relaxed settings while working on a question.