Making Your Church Latex-Free

By Rebecca Ninke March 18, 2021

At a family cabin when my daughter was preschool-age, I took a bandage off a boo-boo on her arm and..

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,..

Preserving the Wonder of the Incarnation

By Jason Brian Santos December 22, 2020

Though I’m not a NASCAR fan, I love the movie Talladega Nights. More precisely, I love one scene..

Using Your Gifts at Christmas

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner December 15, 2020

One of the many things we ponder during the season of Christmas is relationships. We celebrate..

Toward a Less Materialistic Christmas

By Rebecca Ninke December 10, 2020

As I watch the delivery trucks roll up and down the street, though thankful that people are trying..

Balancing Traditions and Wonder while Glorifying God

By Jessica Davis December 3, 2020

"Truly he taught us to love one another.His law is love and his gospel is peace.Chains shall he..

Roll-and-Write Games Work Virtually and Intergenerationally

By Jason Brian Santos November 19, 2020

Last March, when I transitioned to a new call as the solo pastor of a small mountain church in..

Take Time to Make a To-Do List

By Cathy Skogen-Soldner November 17, 2020

Are you someone who loves to make a list and takes great satisfaction in crossing things off? A..

Thankfulness Practices That Tell the Truth

By Jessica Davis November 12, 2020

Each year, as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, the thoughts of Christians all over the country..

Loving Your Neighbor, Your Enemy, and God

By Rebecca Ninke November 3, 2020

In November 1976, at age four, I stormed out of the kitchen after arguing with my dad about who..

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