We choose, in the face of diversity and adversity, not fight or flight, but engagement and connection.
We gathered yearning for consensus; we finished the day with a pathway forward.
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When we divide and sort ourselves, we risk making God into our image.
My journey was packed with memories, generous hospitality, and God’s love, provision, and hope.
I looked at pastoral ministry and realized that this is a job that requires being good at a little bit of everything rather than being good at one particular thing.
There are times when we need to wait, and waiting is not easy. At least it’s never easy for me.
When my words didn’t come, Jesus and art stepped into my life, and the healing process began.
Monday, January 16 is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A day where we celebrate his spirit of justice, equity, unity and reconciliation.
We have been blessed by businesspersons who combined their deep love for the church with their risk-taking and financial skills to help sustain our ministries long term
I find myself noticing the darkness more in January when the joy of the Christmas lights fades and the darkness is more evident.
By weaving together stories of children with disabilities with an understanding of who God is, her writings demonstrate how God cares for all of us.
We long for a clear word from the Lord on all matters of faith and practice, yet we often walk right past our prayer benches.
“Ken leads with a tangible love for God and the Church,” …
According to Jesus, it is the love of God in us that unifies us and shows the world who he is.
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