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Grace and Mamahood

Where do I even begin? There’s so much to process. I haven’t written in a while because I’ve been somewhat busy. For the last two weeks I’ve been caring for my friends’ baby while they were in the states, so I’ve not had the time to really digest. 2,865 more words


Combatting Hunger with the Longest Table

By Rick Wolcott*

One in four people go to bed hungry in Steubenville and the surrounding community.

To raise awareness of the impact of hunger, the United Methodist-related… 224 more words


Lizzie Hrycyniak - Kenosha News Article

Lizzie Hrycyniak, a young woman who is a parishioner at St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha has embarked on her missionary trip with The World Race… 279 more words



I’ve spent the last couple years asking myself what I wanted to be when I grew up. It was a question I avoided pretty well during my first 22 trips around the sun. 418 more words


Big Brothers, Big Sisters

“Your group was so welcoming to us, and we are the ones that are hosting you.” This was the comment that a fellow youth minister made to me this summer while we were on our choir tour. 174 more words


Johannes Reimer - Mission in Post-Perestroika Russia

NOTE: The text below was written twenty years ago, yet it is as valid as it was when it was first published, not just for Russia, but for the entire Central & Eastern Europe.. 1,036 more words


Is there a connection between 'innocence' and 'privilege'? 

I came across this excellent piece by Shannon Gaggero about her realization that her (white, middle-class) kids experience innocence differently than children in other households may. 1,257 more words