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Flying Geese, Fighter Pilots and Ministry

The next time you watch a flock of geese, pause for a moment — think about what they can teach us about ministry in general and, especially, “long-haul” ministries of systemic change.

Trinity – Problem To Be Solved Or Mystery to be Lived

For me, it has been a journey from thinking of the Trinity as a puzzle to be solved to realizing the Trinity is a model for my life.

The Gift of Vulnerability: Everyone Has a Story

Everyone has a story that will break your heart. And, if you’re really paying attention, most people have a story that will bring you to your knees.

The Gift of Community: A Letter to a Future Volunteer

Savor the good times, and yes, even the challenging times. Community is absolutely incredible, and so much more than a simple definition could ever capture.

For All You Foodies

For All You Foodies

Foodies see life differently. I confess, I am one. This reflection caught my attention. It's about family and community. Heather Gordon-Young is a Canadian writer who lives on the west coast of British Columbia. She is the Executive Director of a not-for-profit social...

An argument against too cool a church

Something to think about... I want a church that includes fussy kids, old liturgy, bad sound, weird congregants  and—brace yourself—painfully amateur “special music” now and then. Why? Well, for one thing, when the Gospel story is accompanied by a fog machine and...

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