When I do sit with God, and listen, pray, and reflect, God’s Spirit moves and disciples me.
Perhaps the greatest consideration has been the way the church has been challenged to reassess its purpose and vision for ministry.
Churches throughout the conference are trying a variety of approaches.
As I learned how to care for and share my sourdough starter, our congregation also shared their ingredients of love, compassion, desire, and care with our broader community.
It sounds like I should already be retired by now but God still gives me the grace to be part of His story.
We are the newly named “Mosaic” and find ourselves immediately facing a challenge to this new picture of “us” together.
I acknowledge the pain, frustration and fear of my friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors who are Black and African American.
“Each piece in this new mosaic that we’re forming has the ability to shine and be bright and to feel like they have value and worth.”
There are so many opportunities that are available right NOW for being Christ-like in a healthy, positive way with a bicycle.
How does our re-opening, re-gathering, or refraining from gathering express our love of God?
The Shalom Fund empowers our congregations and ministries by making sure our members have enough resources to represent the peace of Christ in their neighborhoods.
“Why does our faith imply that we should make decisions that are healing to the Earth? I like wrestling with those questions … “
Laughter … takes the focus off what we cannot control and lets us see our situation in a new light.