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Walking Toward Jesus

One mom’s story of how her child followed her heart and, with her church, was welcomed at the Lord’s Table for the sacrament of communion.

Faith NurtureParenting
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The Birds Will Sing in the Morning

A number of years ago, Peter’s son passed away and he clung to God’s mercies to be new every morning. In his deep grief, he told his family and himself that “The birds will sing in the morning.”

Let's Talk About...
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Being Remembered

Memory loss, the journey of dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease are among the most difficult journeys. But as individuals and the church, we can offer support through the act of remembering stories.  

Disability Concerns
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The Gracious Act of Involvement

Many pastors believe they must do all the preaching, all the teaching, all the visiting, and all the administering because that is what they’re trained and paid to do. But the Bible has another idea about the work of pastors. 

Church Renewal
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A Seat at the Table

I think we have failed to recognize the power that we have to form the Christian identity of the young people sitting in our pews. Won’t you consider giving young people a voice at the table?

Church Renewal
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Hope for Graduates

I have hope that God is still working in my child’s life, even when she doesn’t recognize it. I have hope that God will continue to walk alongside her parents in those times when her absence at university is felt deeply.

Faith NurtureYoung Adults
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Memorial Day for the Military Chaplain

For Memorial Day, we asked some of our military chaplains to share their thoughts on the holiday, how it is celebrated, and how they remember those who have died serving their country.

Chaplaincy
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My Story of Depression and Faith

Who would have thought that I would be hit with depression? But the devil doesn't discriminate. This is my first-hand account of those dark months and the light that was at the end of the tunnel.

Disability Concerns
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Parallel Suffering

I hope that God will see me living the gospel—making courageous decisions, sacrificing my comfort for others, giving when it hurts, and trusting God as the great provider to meet my needs and the needs of others. 

Biblical Justice

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