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Through our baptism, we share in God’s promise through Jesus Christ to help us through this world with hope and confidence.
Three W.Va. churches have teamed up to support one another in the work of Matthew 25 and give new energy to members.
Stuffed animals in church pews are available to provide comfort to worshipers and are free for people to take home.
In a small Vermont community, the local post office has become a vital place to connect with neighbors and keep hope alive.
Some pastors of mostly white congregations are struggling to engage their members in the work of racial justice.
The COVID pandemic impacted pastors especially hard, and congregations would do well to show their appreciation.
A beautiful spiritual practice is to see sacredness and blessedness in all human movement, no matter what shape we’re in.
A Springfield, Ill., church has set up a micropantry, an outdoor cabinet where people who are in need can help themselves anytime day or night.
Everyone can benefit from spiritual direction, as spiritual directors are trained in deep listening that honors all beliefs without judgment.
A northern Illinois congregation embraced the Matthew 25 call to build congregational vitality and began by updating their mission statement.