Politics, Partisanship, and Unifying Friendship

By Dave Harvey

In a historical moment when our national mind is disordered by pandemic and politics, it becomes a fragrant bouquet of grace to discover two people whose friendship flourished despite their profound differences.

On September 18th, longtime Supreme Court associate justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Continue Reading

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Politics, Partisanship, and Unifying Friendship

By Dave Harvey

It becomes a fragrant bouquet of grace to discover ... continue reading

5 Church Planting Lessons after 5 Years

By Dan Hammer

I want to share five lessons we have learned ... continue reading

Ministry Mapping for Church Planting

By Guest Author

The best maps are those build and maintained by ... continue reading

Feeling Anxious and Discouraged? You are not Alone

By Garrett Higbee

We may not all be in the most vulnerable ... continue reading

Missional Spirituality for Us All

By Guest Author

Our lives should come under the powerful hand of ... continue reading

Navigating Change with Lament and Gratitude

By Marby Iglesias

Let us proclaim, recount, write down, and annotate how ... continue reading

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