This short reflection offers a glimpse into the essence of Contextualized Community Care. We spend time with precious people who sleep outside, use drugs, and have to engage in survival sex work.
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While classis and synod may seem too formal to some, perhaps there is value in the way they are designed and conducted. Perhaps instead of being too formal, they are actually focused.
In listening to Chris, and in accommodating myself to his needs, I have learned a lot about him, about his disability, and about myself.
Here are six ways we can help ensure that ghosting doesn’t become a normalized expression in the Body of Christ.
I'm excited to step into my new role assisting the ministries of Disability Concerns and Safe Church. Find out some of my story below. Looking forward to connecting!
It's important for those who leave and for those who are left behind to communicate and learn from the reason why.
Welcoming deacons at Classis and Synod requires paying attention: both to the receiving and to the showing up.