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Life To Come

Sometime within the next three months I shall become a father.  So begins the last big adventure, a maelstrom of unequal parts agency and cupidity.  On the one hand lies the opportunity to help mold a decent human being, showering her / him1 with love, and equipping her with the values, traits, tenacity and moral fiber required to live a good, meaningful life.  403 more words

Feb 15 - Interactive Sunday

Feb 15 is Interactive Sunday, where there will be opportunities to engage in prayer through song, reflection, and hands on activity. This is a wonderful intergenerational worship opportunity. 10 more words


Youth Fondue Night

I am a passionate believer in youth ministry. I am also a passionate believer in having the mindset that the WHOLE CHURCH can and should be involved in the youth ministry. 120 more words

Youth Ministry

The Problem with the Past

“We must face the sad fact that at eleven o’clock on Sunday morning when we stand to sing “In Christ there is no East or West” we stand in the most segregated hour of America.” 925 more words


Noel Moules and Healthy Church – Interview Part 2

If this wonderful post and interview intrigues you, please go back and check out the first part. My colleague, Kirsten, and I, were both deeply impressed by Noel Moules from the UK when he spoke on our camppus a while ago. 32 more words


Is It Time For Mom Or Dad To Get Full Time Memory Care?

When a loved one in your life is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you and your family will face many tough decisions. One of the hardest decisions to make is knowing when to move your parent, your spouse, or your sibling into a memory care facility. 752 more words

Memory Care

Magical Relationships

**Note: This post was left unfinished in October, but this morning as I finally took a moment and had a new thought to blog about I found it in my draft box.   149 more words