Scripture and the church have always taken a dim view of flattery also because it perpetuates the deadliest of the Seven Deadly Sins: pride. Flattery, in short, is deadly for the giver and the receiver.
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It is our Christian responsibility to care for God’s creation, which not only includes personally in our homes, but also corporately, in our churches. So whose job is it to lead the charge in our churches? It's YOURS, Deacons!
Faith Formation Ministries is excited to present a workshop at Inspire 2019 about faith formation for people age 60 and above.
We started captioning videos for people with disabilities. It turns out this also helps a bunch of other people.
How do we share the gospel with our neighbors of different faith traditions? Interfaith ministry leaders will be leading workshops on this important topic at Inspire 2019. Check them out!
For 25 years, we've been talking about preventing and responding to abuse in our church contexts. Here's a look back and a prayer for the future.
On Ash Wednesday I decided to give up my afternoon cup of coffee and thus began the longest Lenten season of my life.
One question that came in challenged the judge’s ability to do his job because of his illnesses. This challenge is based on the assumption that mental illnesses affect an individual’s intelligence and judgment.
This five-part series considers what the Bible says about power and how we might better follow Jesus’ way of self-emptying power (Philippians 2). This series is a partnership between the CRC's Safe Church Ministry and the Office of Social Justice.