California Wildfires

Donald Remick

11/21/2018

Wildfires have become a regular plague for the people of California.  The year began with sweeping fires in January.  More lives and homes were lost in July.  And now the daily news captures images of fires as the year comes to a close.  This is the season of holiday cards showing folks gathering around the table for a meal or around the hearth for stories.  Kitchens, cards, hearth and home are gone.  And too many people face this holiday grieving the fresh loss of loved ones.  The loss of lives...


Many Voices One Mission: Doing Our Homework

Martha Goodman

11/21/2018

"The church’s profile thus becomes first a tool by which a congregation understands itself and, then, a means by which it honestly reveals itself to a potential pastor." — Martha Goodman


Many Voices One Mission: It Happens Outside

Jennifer Kronholm Clark

11/14/2018

"God gave Creation over to humans as stewards, and it seems we’ve forgotten our duty to care for it." — Jennifer Kronholm Clark


This Is How We Grow Christians

Deborah Gline Allen

11/13/2018

Children are constantly taking in what is going on around them, even when they don’t appear to be paying attention.


A Place to Call Home

Karen Methot

11/7/2018

Community – that basic human impulse to be part of a group, particularly one that understands your struggles and offers support and friendship.


Disaster Preparedness should include an Emergency Pet Form

Kim Murphy

11/2/2018

When we are faced with an emergency or weather event that mandates the evacuation from our homes, we often have very little to no time in which to gather and pack the items needed to make our stay in a shelter or the home of a family member or friend as manageable and stress-free as possible. That is why every member of the family is encouraged to have a “go kit” ready to, well, go. Just as people should have “go kits,” our pets need “go kits,” as well. Now that first responders have realized ...


How to Develop Habits for Well-Being

The Parish Paper

11/1/2018

Seminaries and social work programs often ask their students to create a self-care plan. Not only does this send a message about self-care while pursuing a degree, ordination, or certification, it also makes clear that self-care is a life-long commitment for those who serve the church and others.


Many Voices One Mission: Actions Matter, Now

Pam Arifian

10/31/2018

"The interconnectedness of justice issues and climate impact means that your action at every level matters." — Pam Arifian


Many Voices One Mission: Exciting Stewardship

Charles Kuchenbrod

10/31/2018

"The stewardship committee often is placed in the church trustee/finance budget constellation of people. It belongs in the deacon/faith formation constellation of people." — Charlie Kuchenbrod


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