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The Paradox of Pastoring
Lead Pastor at Forefront Church, Manhattan, New York Cityryanp...
How to Fix Other People's Problems
Mette Ivie Harrison
Mormon in progress, mother of 5, author of 'The Bishop's Wife'...
I don't think that it's helpful to point out other people's problems to them from an imagined place of superiority. The truth is, I'm not sure that I often see what other people's problems are anyway.
3 Reasons Clergy Need a Healthcare Planning App
Rev. Amy Ziettlow
GenX Pastor and Host of Conversation with Amy Ziettlow
Clergy members are often asked to serve as a formal healthcare agent (also called a healthcare proxy or medical power of attorney) for parishioners like Alice.
How I Survive Everyday Racism
Parent, Pastor and Writer
I refuse to give up on the idea that being community across lines of difference is holy and I remain committed to the idea that we will only get there if more if us embrace the transformational power of extending our spirit, hands and words of graciousness and not rhetorical or physical violence.
Weep With Those Who Weep... Please
Leader, Local HIV/AIDS Outreach Team Leader & Affirming Hope L...
Our oldest son had been gone for about seven months when someone at church pulled me aside and gently asked, "How are you feeling about Ryan?" I wept with gratitude and relief.
A Summer Read for Change: 'Cut Dead But Still Alive'
Director of Faith and Service
A first book is not always notable, but in this case it is. "Cut Dead" isn't a book that came out to meet a tenure requirement. It is a call to action and a blueprint for a response.
Calling For Newtown Sermons, Prayers And Liturgy
Parent, Pastor and Writer
My friend, colleague and leader in the Presbyterian Church (USA), Landon Whitsitt, is collecting sermons, prayers and other liturgical resources. He will compile it and make it available for free via e-reader download.
Labor Day of Mourning: The Religious Challenge in a Shattered Job Market
Rev. Peter Laarman
Executive Director, Progressive Christians Uniting
What happens when we Americans can no longer measure our value -- or even feel very human -- based on our paid work? Where is our self-worth to be centered and nurtured in this unsettling new world?
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