Before you put the finishing touches on those Christmas giving projects, please take some time to consider the why, if, and how of giving.
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Find support and connect with others involved in justice and mercy ministries. This virtual meeting space kicks off Sept. 23!
Here are three important questions to ask when you share God’s story through outreach and neighborhood engagement events.
At the current pace of production, people in much of the world likely won’t have access to a COVID vaccine until 2024 and developing countries are at the back of the line. How can we live justly, love mercy, and advocate for compassionate and just vaccine distribution?
If you missed the Welcome to the Neighborhood Series, we've got good news for you: you can still watch!
What would it look like to see vaccine distribution through the eyes of equity?
In anticipation of Canadian Foodgrains Bank Sunday, plan a congregational watch party on this short (23-minute) documentary called Common Strength.
"There are many things we cannot talk about. But when we tell you it is exhausting and heartbreaking, we need to be heard."
Is it time to evaluate if the Christmas giving project you’ve ALWAYS done, is, well, just? Find a Q&A and 3 principles to help you create more just Christmas giving opportunities.
Many people in our churches and communities understand the darkness, especially this year. What are some practical ways churches can shine the Light of Christ with our neighbors this year?
What does it mean to be a witness for Christ? We'll explore that question in a week-long devotional that's free for you, your family, your small group, your church, and anyone else interested in joining God on mission.
As we wonder about schools and their reopening plans, are congregations involved in crafting creative community solutions and ideas to make education for all students a fair and equitable priority?
Do you want your church to connect with your neighborhood and reach new people? Here are two learning opportunities to help you do this in our current context.
I interviewed an Alberta emergency room physician, an emergency room nurse, a unit nurse, and a primary-care paramedic. Here's what I found.
What are you doing to check-in on your church and community members? Here are some resources, and we would love to hear your stories.