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Monday, May 30, 2016

On Memorial Day: Practicing the Discipline of Remembering
On Memorial Day: Practicing the Discipline of Remembering

By: Barry Howard
Memorial Day is not just another "day off" but a day to remember those who have lost their lives in the military service of our country. Rather than a time to celebrate, the day offers us a chance to reflect.

Even as Congregations End, the Church Continues
Even as Congregations End, the Church Continues

By: Jerrod Hugenot
Every church will one day come to an end of their ministry. While it's hard for local congregations to accept that their ministries are concluding, the universal church will continue.

Who Are the Lonely People in Your Church?
Who Are the Lonely People in Your Church?

By: Colin Sedgwick
Real loneliness is a constant, inescapable, grinding, gnarling sense of being invisible to other people, of not mattering. And our crowded churches are filled with lonely people. Do you see them?

Who's in Your Church? Members or Disciples?
Who's in Your Church? Members or Disciples?

By: Mark Tidsworth
Over the centuries, as church and culture and government blended, the word "member" took on a new meaning in church life. Members focus on rights and privileges. Members volunteer; disciples serve.

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