Because my dad was verbally abusive and emotionally distant when I was growing up, I find it difficult to trust men.
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Write your own blog post to share your ministry experience with others.
A brief history of where we are at in the Critical Race Theory and Social Justice Ideology, as well as two books that make this challenging time easier to understand.
Join Disability Concerns for our annual Leadership Training Event - August 11th and 12th!
While it’s been hard being apart, there are some things about "Zoom church" we might want to hang on to.
Three questions to help your church make sense of which of your former practices truly build faith, which you might need to let go, and which new practices you might welcome and embrace.
10 fun and faith-filled ways to help reduce your tween girl's anxiety and increase her confidence.
Remembering is a faith practice, or spiritual discipline, just like prayer or hospitality. But remembering isn't giving a mental nod to God--biblical remembering requires action of us.
Thanks to Mark Stephenson for his leadership! Feel free to drop a comment sharing a memory or note of encouragement.
Are you between the ages of 18 and 30? Do you have a passion for justice and advocacy work? Apply now to be a part of the Disability Advocacy Journey!
The Building Blocks of Faith provide a transformational lens to use when your church plans ways to reach out to people around you.
Here's the story of how Water Street CRC in Ontario used the Building Blocks of Faith to shape their congregation's faith formation work.
Rudy Gonzalez nos comparte sus pensamientos sobre Teoría de la Raza Crítica en su última publicación de blog. ¿Las objeciones recientes al TRC están relacionadas con su contenido o con su asociación y uso por diferentes grupos activistas? ¿O son objeciones a una contaminación percibida de una comunidad religiosa pura?