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On Ashley Madison, Christians, and sloppy statistics

Earlier this week, Ed Stetzer wrote a post worth reading titled ‘My Pastor is on the Ashley Madison List.’ In it, he wrote, “Based on my conversations with leaders from several denominations in the U.S. 547 more words

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Getting to Know You

Some years ago, I was involved in a symposium called “Bridging the Gap”. Its purpose was to gather providers of disability services and faith community leaders together for a day in order to create connections and raise awareness of people with disabilities and the value of faith community connections. 411 more words

5 Practical Tips for Young Adults with Autism Seeking Employment...Ron Sandison

After I graduated from Oral Roberts University with a Master of Divinity, I was employed four years as a youth pastor and helps minister. When Metro Detroit experienced harsh economic conditions due to the automotive industry I found myself unemployed. 758 more words

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Becoming emotionally healthy...

Many of our readers are aware that I took 2 ½ weeks off last month to work on a book for church leaders on outreach/inclusion of families impacted by mental illness. 1,353 more words

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Don't judge us by our "professional" Christians...

We haven’t even begun to experience the fallout from the publication of data from Ashley Madison, promoted as “the world’s leading married dating service for discreet encounters.” … 1,190 more words

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Doing Justice

“…and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?” (Micah 6:8)  561 more words

The mental health needs of kids in foster care

Churches planning ministry initiatives to serve kids in foster care need first to develop competency at serving kids with serious mental health issues and their families. 443 more words

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