Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Make space for veterans to share their stories



The more our vision and our imaginations are remade by resurrection, the more we should refuse to accept things as they are and insist on seeking new ways waiting to emerge, writes a Baptist pastor.

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Not all veterans are injured or ill, but all have a story to tell, says an Army chaplain who works with wounded soldiers transitioning out of the military. As Veterans Day approaches, take time to listen and be present.

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Transforming "We can't because ..." into "We can if ..." offers space for creative problem solving, conversation and abundance, writes the managing director of grants at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

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Christian leaders must have clear expectations for their ministries -- but not rigid expectations that prevent us from being surprised by God, writes a church planter.

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In the aftermath of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, a homiletics professor and UMC pastor finds an important message in the parable of the vineyard owner's son: Enough is enough. God did not mean for us to live this way.

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