The Scandal of St. Patrick's Day

By Jason Brian Santos March 16, 2021

The Scandal of St. Patrick’s Day was an actual event in history (I wasn’t just saying that to get..

Including Children in Holy Week

By Jessica Davis March 2, 2021

The primary themes of Holy Week can seem inaccessible for the children in our midst. The betrayal,..

Keeping Christmas into the New Year

By Ruth Sall January 14, 2021

Christmas is over, and Epiphany comes with the star and the wise men with their gifts. But the..

Remembering Dr. King's Ministerial Identity and Working toward Justice

By Jessica Davis January 12, 2021

On the third Monday of January, people all around the country typically gather to perform acts of..

Starting the New Year Fresh

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner January 7, 2021

The beginning of a new year finds lots of us in children’s ministry taking inventory of what was..

Celebrating Epiphany

By Jason Brian Santos January 4, 2021

When I tell people I’m really into Epiphany, they often look at me like I have two heads. Perhaps..

Celebrating Seniors This Surreal Graduation Season

By Rebecca Ninke May 14, 2020

High school seniors, let’s not mince words: this sucks. You’re grieving getting to experience the..

Celebrating Holy Week and Easter at Home

By Rebecca Ninke March 25, 2020

These are difficult days. Nothing in our lifetime has given us a paradigm on how to lead churches..

Making Ash Wednesday Services Accessible to Families

By Reverend Anne Edison-Albright February 6, 2020

Blow the trumpet in Zion;

   sanctify a fast;

call a solemn assembly;

   gather the people.

..

Talking to Your Youth about New Year's Resolutions

By Sparkhouse January 2, 2020

Happy New Year! For many, the beginning of the new year is a time to make resolutions to change..

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