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I am inspired by people who live in Christian community. Especially when those communities integrate people who wouldn’t feel welcome in my middle class congregation, even if we reached out hospitably. Recently I joined a neighbourhood group, called Houseblend Ministries, … Continue reading
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Do you feel like it’s your duty to worry? I sometimes do. but I’m going to try to use these strategies instead. Three Strategies for Choosing Faith Instead of Worry.
Originally posted on Rumblings:
Some Sundays are better than others. Every pastor knows this. Every parishioner surely knows this. Some Sundays the seats are filled, the music is glorious, the prayers and the stories and the sermons are crammed full…
Originally posted on Practicing Families:
By Dena Hobbs Last year I attended an Ash Wednesday service with my children. It was the first Ash Wednesday service they had experienced since toddlerhood. I had missed a couple of years going and was determined…
Originally posted on Global News:
Watch more: A lot has changed in 108 years and no one knows that more than a Saskatoon woman celebrating her birthday. Meaghan Craig introduces us to Anna Ens. SASKATOON – Imagine the changes you…
Here’s one of the intriguing younger voices speaking up at Pastor’s week. Read and enjoyif you can get beyond the BS word. What the Church Needs: Calling Bullshit and Imagining the Impossible.