Jessica Davis

How to Honor Juneteenth if You're Not Black

By Jessica Davis June 14, 2022

As a D/E/I educator, I get contacted by many primarily or all-white churches, more each year,..

Honoring Students Who Are Graduating

By Jessica Davis May 5, 2022

As summer approaches, it is only natural that congregations will want to honor students who will be..

Staying Connected to Faith in the Summer

By Jessica Davis April 26, 2022

Whenever I'm chatting with folks about summer plans, I notice the tone of their response varies..

How to Do Intergenerational Ministry

By Jessica Davis March 29, 2022

In my blog entry last month, I discussed how to assess when we should aim for "siloed" approaches..

When to Silo and When to Do Ministry Together

By Jessica Davis February 17, 2022

If you've been to a ministry conference in the last 10 years, you've probably heard the term..

Remember to Celebrate Epiphany

By Jessica Davis January 6, 2022

“The magic of the street is the mingling of the errand and the epiphany.”

― Rebecca Solnit, ..

How to Approach the Light and Dark Imagery of Epiphany

By Jessica Davis December 21, 2021

After all the hustle and bustle of Thanksgiving, Advent, and Christmas, it can be easy to overlook..

The History of Christ the King Sunday

By Jessica Davis November 23, 2021

“You say that I am a king. For this I was born, and for this I came into the world, to testify to..

Appropriately Vetting Volunteers Who Work with Children and Youth

By Jessica Davis October 14, 2021

Content note: contains non-specific mentions of child abuse.

As we engage in our ministries with..

Involving Children in Conversations about Stewardship

By Jessica Davis September 23, 2021

In many Christian circles, fall is synonymous with stewardship. And it makes sense that this would..

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