Today we’re sharing some pictures from the historic St. Anne’s Church in Cork, Ireland. Use the link below to visit our Adult page to check it out.
Advent started yesterday. As we wait for Christ at Christmas, we’ll hear some Advent songs at our worship services. Visit our Worship&Music page to learn more about Advent music.
Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. That means we will be moving to Year A of the Revised Common Lectionary. What is the Revised Common Lectionary? Use the link below to visit our Worship&Music page to learn more about it.
We’re sharing a song to give you a bit of musical meditation time today. Please visit our Worship&Music page by clicking the link below and enjoy a few minutes of rest.
Where do you see God in the world? Some folks call these God Sightings. Visit our Children’s page to read about a God Sighting and ways you can look for God in the world.
We all know that a good listener is a great gift. Today we’re sharing some personal experience on listening to teens and a link to some expert advice. Please use the link below to visit our Youth page.
Fuller Seminary is a multi-denominational seminary. They have three campuses: Pasadena, Houston, and Phoenix. We’re sharing some new content today from Fuller on our Adult page discussing how to navigate the digital age. Click the link below to read more.
Rich Mullins was a contemporary Christian singer and songwriter. Today we’re sharing one of his much-loved songs with you. Click the link below to go to our Worship&Music page.
Kate Bowler is an Associate Professor of the History of Christianity in North America at the Duke Divinity School. That’s quite the title! In her mid-30’s, she was diagnosed with cancer. Her memoir, Everything Happens for a Reason (and other lies I’ve loved), is a New York Times bestseller. Today we’re sharing a conversation from her podcast on how to discuss difficult things with children. Click the link below to learn more.
We’re sharing an amazing story of love and kindness that crosses over between different faiths. The members of Tree of Life Synagogue are still recovering from a violent attack last year. Their neighbors saw a need, and their neighbors reached out.
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