People are often mystified about how I seem to have gobs of resources at my fingertips to share with them when they send an email including a question like, “Do you know a resource for …?” I do my best to respond with at least a few links to websites
by Rev. Luke Lindon At Sylvania United Church of Christ, we’re trying a new thing. We are a medium-sized congregation full of science-y types. We love our spirituality and our community. We’re always looking to improve, but we often get stuck on what would be the best place to start.
A year or two ago our church hosted a program on Alzheimer’s disease. The program leader shared a bit of wisdom on how to deal with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s. She shared that your loved one yearns for order and safety. When their order is disrupted, they do
Ever agreed to go on a date with someone you’ve never met? Even the best blind dates can feel like a cosmic crapshoot of compatibility. And that’s exactly what guests experience when visiting your church for the first time. Your congregation might have a great personality. But if you want
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