If Pandemic Strikes

by Kevin Ellers
Historically, there has perhaps never been a more visible display of the Church in action, loving and caring for people in distress, than its response to major disasters. I have… read more

There Are Blossoms After Loss

by Joseph M. Primo
Last fall Good Grief volunteers and families planted a Memory Tree during our annual Day of Remembrance, which is a time when our two hundred participants and many volunteers and… read more

Prophetic Preaching in the Real Pulpit

by Matthew L. Kelley
I went to a large preaching conference a few years back, where one day was specially designated as a “celebration of prophetic preaching.” Some very big names were the … read more

When The Church is The Victim: A Pastoral Response to Financial Indiscretion

by Jodi McCullah
She fully intended to pay it all back. “Elizabeth” even tried to keep track of how much she was “borrowing” from the collection plate. Still, the treasurer … read more

Caring for the Caregivers: Ministering to the Sandwich Generation

by Myra F. Smith
This is the fifth commandment, given by God to Moses, as one portion of his instructions to the Israelites. While we often emphasize this command only with children, it is… read more

The Art of the Coffee Hour

by Donna Schaper
Incarnationalists, like me, love the way the holy occupies the ordinary. We are most excited at Christmas time when God becomes human, the holy becomes fleshy, eternity becomes… read more
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