The TOGETHER curriculum is suitable for those who live with special needs and those who don’t. And the best part is you don’t have to split these students up, as is so often the case in the teen and early adult years. Neat, eh?
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Much has been written to praise and critique Alan Hirsch’s book 5Q; Reactivating the Original Intelligence and Capacity of the Body of Christ. Despite what is being said, I find Hirsch to be particularly compelling on a couple points.
This resource gives your church fresh ideas for helping faith grow in people age 60-plus.
Discover ten ways your congregation can actively love, support, and include older members of the body of Christ.
Last year was the 400th anniversary of the Synod of Dordrecht which produced the Canons of Dort. One of the areas it addressed was the question "Did Christ die for everyone?" This question is answered in the blog below.
The suffering of the land is borne unequally by those who are marginalized, by those whose living space becomes collateral damage, whose water is left unprotected by forces beyond their control, those who systems are not designed to protect or benefit.
Dr. Kyle J. Dieleman, Assistant Professor of History at Trinity Christian College (Palos Heights, IL) focuses on the doctrinal and practical importance of Sunday observance in the early modern Reformed communities in the Low Countries.