Rev. Carla Wilson

Embodying Our Faith during the Great Three Days

By Rev. Carla Wilson March 15, 2022

Tell me. Show me. Let me try. That progression is a time- and experience-tested arc of learning..

Differences between Youth Trauma and Adult Trauma

By Rev. Carla Wilson February 1, 2022

It’s a match made in, well, not heaven. A new semester, a new pandemic strain outbreak that..

Honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's Legacy

By Rev. Carla Wilson January 13, 2022

As the holiday commemorating the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. approaches, many congregations and..

New Year's Resolutions for Youth Ministers

By Rev. Carla Wilson December 28, 2021

One of my favorite holiday traditions is the making of New Year’s resolutions. After the last two..

Commemorating Native American Heritage Month

By Rev. Carla Wilson November 4, 2021

As October transitions into November and many of our young people prepare to honor the Thanksgiving..

Celebrating National Coming Out Day and Trans Day of Remembrance

By Rev. Carla Wilson October 5, 2021

Fall is a busy season of celebrations that we might not buy gifts for the way we do with "big..

Role Models Reflecting Diversity, Cooperation, and Strength

By Rev. Carla Wilson September 9, 2021

Many of us, as at least somewhat resourced and experienced adults, find ourselves battling decision..

Building Disability Accommodations into Sunday School

By Rev. Carla Wilson August 10, 2021

Content Warning: Reference to the Holocaust

A truthful and vulnerable moment; I know that the..

Trauma-Informed Summer Programming

By Rev. Carla Wilson July 6, 2021

A tale of two confirmation camps, both planned and executed with the best of intentions. One group..

Age-Appropriate Ways to Introduce Conversations about Race to Children

By Rev. Carla Wilson May 26, 2021

2020 was a year of reckoning that led many of us who are white to heed what people of color have..


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