In any community, there is likely one person ensuring all the plates keep spinning. How can we acknowledge this and ease the load, asks Elana Keppel Levy? How can we work together?
Being intentional in your question-asking can reinvigorate a Sunday school or small group, writes educator Donald Griggs.
Is your church paying for something that it could get for free (or a discount)? Julie Raffety, a pastor and website developer, shares five resources every church should know about.
How can we grasp gratitude when it feels far away, wonders Aaron Neff?
College chaplain Maggie Alsup is known around campus for the art projects she includes in chapel.
Kids ask questions based on their concerns. Figuring out how to answer can be difficult, especially when we wish we could shield children from hard realities, writes Karen-Marie Yust.
Scott Barton turns Isaiah 64:1-9 into a prayer.
May your creating be your prayer, writes Ashley Mason Brown.
"If we aren’t careful to look for what’s true, we might become yet another voice repeating bad information," writes Elana Keppel Levy.
The Presbyterian motto “decently and in order” may reinforce the status quo instead of pushing the boundaries. How does our denomination develop leaders, Aaron Neff wonders?
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