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Wisdom for living in these times

Sunny times

“We don’t choose the times; the times choose us,” says the Rev. Jack Harnish. However, we can at all times “strive to live and work for the kingdom of God.”

Webinars re-imagine faith formation

Adult learning online

As we emerge into the post-pandemic world, we can begin planning for the future of faith formation in our local churches.

Now is the time for some new beginnings

New beginnings for tomato plants

The Bible says that great beginnings don’t just happen. Here are examples of how pastors and laity have partnered with God to do the cultivation needed to nurture new life.

At least show up

Showing up to dance is step one.

She wanted to give up. Then, as a freshman in high school, someone convinced Patricia that an important first step is to “at least show up.” Now she dances.

A psalm and a blessing

Blessing of Bible and coffee

Psalm 139 helps Chaplain Jan Johnson express her experience blessing families in the “COVID-19 wilderness” of Mercy Hospital in Muskegon.

On the road toward change

Cloud points road to change

A dead-end road taught the Rev. Glenn Wagner “an important lesson about myself and about human nature in general that I never forgot.”

Feeling the holiday tension

Tension over ugly sweaters

Family gatherings and traditions can sometimes cause tension. This pastor reminds us that Jesus was not without family baggage himself.

Grandparenting is grand indeed!

Grandparenting includes neighbor kids

Now in a new role of “Poppa,” the Rev. Glenn Wagner takes a practical and biblical look at what it means to join the ranks of the 70 million people… Continue Reading Grandparenting is grand indeed!

Are you racing through life?

Racing begins at the starting line.

Indy pastor, Rob Fuquay, knows racing. He shares daily signals God provides during our fast-paced lives. Readers! Start your engines !

What’s the point of life?

Woman shrugging shoulders. The point?

Rethink Church affirms that questioning is a good thing. The point is, a good question can be worth a lot. Sometimes more than an answer.

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