This article is part of The Third Third of Life Toolkit—a collection of resources for ministry to and with people ages 55 and over.
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A mid-year check-in is a great way to touch base with your Dwell leaders. It reminds them that you’re available to help and support them as needed.
When adult children leave the church, parents are often wracked with grief and guilt. But what part of this burden is really ours to carry, and what must we leave to God?
We take on our role of endorsement as a scared responsibility in which we covenant with you and your calling church to provide accountability, empowerment, and support for you as a chaplain.
Here are a few simple suggestions to encourage parents to make use of the wonderful Dwell resources.
Your church helped families form faith during Advent, but now what? Share these ideas to keep the faith formation momentum going in 2020.
Chaplains encounter crisis and trauma on a regular basis in their ministries. Check out some of the key takeaways and resources shared in our December meeting.
Leaders who are well equipped, resourced, and supported are a key part of every Dwell program. A great way to equip and support leaders is by planning a simple Dwell training.
Dr. Jay Dolmage is a professor at the University of Waterloo. Recently he spoke on Academic Ableism at Western Theological Seminary. He has shared many great resources with us in this article.
Our November 2019 Chaplains Zoom Meeting focused on caring for people of many faiths. Here's a quick recap, including topics and resources that were shared.
Advent is a great chance to connect your Dwell time with Sunday worship! One simple way to do this is to create an Advent wreath for your Dwell space.
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Answering Questions, Addressing Misconceptions
This video series address common misconceptions about the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and why implementing the Declaration is so important.