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Faith & Leadership 18h
Are you paying attention to the actual user experience of your ministry's online presence? Even small changes can improve websites greatly.
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Faith & Leadership 19h
Our fears and impatience in the season of COVID-19 are similar to the disciples’ experience following the resurrection, writes Alaina Kleinbeck, the director of the Thriving in Ministry Coordination Program.
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Faith & Leadership May 27
Resources for Pentecost: Reflect on Pentecost and the coming of the Holy Spirit with essays and sermons by C. Kavin Rowe, Jo Bailey Wells, Michael Jinkins and others.
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Faith & Leadership May 27
Listening. It's a skill that all Christian leaders can benefit from cultivating. A hospital chaplain reflects on the skill of listening and how she has learned to do so in this time of heartache.
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Matt Jantzen May 27
William H. Lamar IV: It's not just the coronavirus -- bad theology is killing us
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Bob Bordone May 26
& peeps: This piece speaks beautifully about the of in this inflection point moment in our history as a & as a people.
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Religion and Public Life Program @ Rice University May 26
RPLP director quoted in article about "Interfaith advocacy groups collaborate to help the nation's vulnerable" via
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Faith & Leadership May 26
Partisan divides may mark politics in Washington, D.C., but faith-based lobbyists there find ways to work together for the greater good.
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Faith & Leadership May 21
In this season of graduations and strange beginnings, revisit this excerpt of 's commencement address at ,"The Road Goes On"
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Faith & Leadership May 21
INTERESTING READ: Clergy, scientists grapple with thoughts of worship without singing (Featured in the newsletter this week. Subscribe link in our profile.)
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Faith & Leadership May 19
ICYMI: How to think about what's next when the future is unclear: COVID-19 presents us with overwhelming daily challenges, but we must also begin to consider what's ahead. By at
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Faith & Leadership May 19
"I need someone to carry hard things with me." Holy friends give us what we most need right now. It is okay not to be fine right now.
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Faith & Leadership May 15
ICYMI: In times of sickness and anxiety, the deep relationships in a small-membership church can be a powerfully sustaining force, writes a leader in cultivating thriving rural communities. The gifts of the small church in a pandemic: By@atstanton
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Faith & Leadership May 15
Medicine needs physicians who can call on the Christian tradition to offer another way of thinking about human flourishing, sickness and health. explains how ancient conversations are relevant to modern medicine.
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Faith & Leadership May 15
What do our institutions teach us to love? The professor of philosophy describes his own journey with and the importance of leaders paying attention to the formation of desire.
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Faith & Leadership May 15
Dr. Brown, a clinical psychologist who focuses on faith and mental health, writes that ministers cannot thrive if they neglect themselves:
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Brazos Press May 14
“'It’s a funky book,' Smith said. 'But maybe I enjoyed writing it so much for precisely that reason.'” An interview with at about On the Road with Saint Augustine.
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Faith & Leadership May 13
Poems to pray in a -- can give us words when we are struggling to find them, says a poet and activist. "When I cannot rely on theological or academic language to get me through uncertain times, I look to poetry."
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Grace Ji-Sun Kim May 12
Fraser reshared my post "Christian parents must allow their children the freedom to develop their own identities". Since it was Mother's Day a few days ago, I guess it is ok to revisit my piece
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