To all Disability Concerns volunteers—regional advocates, church advocates, advisory committee/guiding coalition members, and so many more of you that support our ministry in many ways—we want to pause and say thank you.
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Here are three important things for ministry leaders to consider when planning post-pandemic ministry.
In celebration of Earth Day hear about one church's success and partnership with the Climate Witness Project. Get connected with these opportunities in your local area.
Partnering with others in your neighborhood and community increases the effectiveness of service, brings people together, builds relationships, and helps us see how God is moving and acting in our communities.
As new cultures increasingly become part of our neighborhoods, how do we follow Jesus' command to "love your neighbor as yourself?"
Here are four ways to think about post-pandemic faith formation in your congregation, plus resources to help.
Easter is the good news of Jesus’ resurrection and the promise of the resurrection to eternal life for all who believe in him. But hidden from view is a greater and more stunning reality.
What do churches do when ministry leaders abuse power? And what are some lessons the church can learn from recent failures?
People from throughout the world are living in our communities today. How we react to them, and what we say, is part of our Christian witness.