Tuesday, September 5, 2017

In Houston, a people who love their neighbors



The most culturally diverse city in the nation has responded to the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey by serving and sacrificing for others, writes a Houston church leader.

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Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods illustrates that innovation isn't always about starting over but about understanding where and how a community gathers, writes the minister of education at The Riverside Church.

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Clarifying mission is just the first step. Leaders must then align strategies with the desired impact, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

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Church leaders need to recognize the potential for new ministry at the intersection of food, agriculture, and discipleship, says an Episcopal priest who has compiled the first comprehensive guide to the Christian food movement.

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A pastor who runs two social enterprises shares his experience on the pros and cons of different models and the tensions inherent in this form of ministry.

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