Helping Children Cope with Violence

By LeeDell Stickler
Because we live in a broadcast news society, children you know will be hearing this story over and over and over again for the next few days. How can you help the children in your … read more

How to Help Children After a Crisis

By Delia Halverson
In times of crisis, more than anything else, children need our love. They need to know they are loved, not with a showering of gifts but in a physical way. Hug them. Hold them… read more

Shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School

By FaithLink
Murdered. Twenty children ages six and seven. Six adults. All brutally shot multiple times. We shake our heads in disbelief and horror. The shooter, 20-year-old Adam Lanza, began… read more

Simple Christmas: Celebrating a Different Kind of Advent

By Ministry Matters
2012 has been filled with uncertainty, division, and hardship in many parts of the nation. Power is still out for some victims of Hurricane Sandy, some voters are still mourning… read more

Don't Leave Your Congregation in the Dark

By Ian Heston Doescher
"When Jesus was alone, those who were around him along with the twelve asked him about the parables. And he said to them, 'To you has been given the secret of the kingdom of God… read more

Heaven on Earth (Sermon Series)

By Chris Seidman and Joshua Graves
An 11-week sermon series on the Beatitudes, based on the book Heaven on Earth: Realizing the Good Life Now, by Chris Seidman and Joshua Graves Every so often we hear of fighter… read more

Chasing After the Heart of God

By Jennie Allen
Three years ago, my husband and I began the long journey of adopting our son, Cooper, from Rwanda. It was a lengthy, costly journey to fill that bed with our child. In May of… read more

Commitment: You and Others

By Transformation Information
You may want to read the first two articles in this series: Teaching for Commitment, Nurturing for Commitment. Share Your Own Faith Choose a friend with whom you can talk about… read more

How Sunday School Created a Theologically Illiterate Society

By Teddy Ray
One of the places where America began to become theologically illiterate was an odd one: Sunday school. I believe the introduction of Sunday schools truly has caused the American… read more

10,000 Hours

By Ronnie McBrayer
When I watch my children skim-boarding in the surf, I remember what it is like to be blissfully young, oblivious to danger, and as flexible as a rubber band. I am none of those… read more

Nurturing for Commitment

By Transformation Information
You may want to read the first article in this series Teaching for Commitment Worship Worship is a setting for both nurture and commitment. Worship is one of the primary ways we… read more

The Twelve Ways of Christmas (part 2)

By Todd Outcalt
In part one of this essay, I outlined six ways we can celebrate and observe the incarnate Christ at Christmas. Here are the other six . . . don't sing them all at once! The… read more
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