We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Denomination Derby: Why You Should Join the Christian Reformed Church
You hear a lot of folks these days talk about “reformed theology.” Sometimes reformed theology is mentioned with a sneer or an eye roll. Sometimes reformed theology is given a th…
What is Christian Science?
Christian Science is based on the words and healing works of Jesus Christ, and the Holy Bible is our guide.
None of America's 100 largest churches welcome LGBT people
Megachurches across the US are preaching rejection of LGBT people, a study has found.
10 Things This Christian Doesn't Believe About The Bible
Whenever Christians talk about their faith with other Christians or with non-Christians the Bible is there, either as an overt discussion topic or as part of the background noise in the room. Many followers of Jesus assume that everyone believes everything about the Bible that they believe about the Bible, which makes for some very messy miscommunication and far too… Continue Reading 10 Things This Christian Doesn’t Believe About The Bible
"Why can't church just say "All are Welcome!" and leave it at that?" Clunky Questions Ep1 S2
ReconcilingWorks has teamed up with Extraordinary Lutheran Ministries (ELM) during LGBT PRIDE month to bring you the second season of "Clunky Questions." The...
‘Man is what he thinks about all day long’
A Christian Science perspective: Ideas on healing thoughts from God.
What do a head of school at Charlotte Country Day and the CEO of Southwest Airlines have in common?
This story is part of our expert guest post program. Brian Formato is Principal at Groove Management, an organizational development consulting firm. On a wet rainy winter morning last year, I drove my daughter to middle school at Charlotte Country Day. Usually there are no greeters at the carpool line for middle school, but that particular […]
The Message for January 31: What a Blessing
How lucky are we at Immanuel to have folks of all different ages in our community! Our youngest was born last week—congrats to Joe and Lynn—and then there are those of us who are a little older! We have families with young children and middle schoolers and high schoolers. We have families that are empty-nesters, and families that are retired. We have singles and couples of all ages. We have folks homebound and in care centers. What a blessing This year we are…
New SBA Head Linda McMahon's Plans and Tips
What the former WWE CEO said at a small business breakfast
Amazing Graces: The Blessings of Sacramentals
Scapulars, candles, holy water, rosaries, relics, medals—these sacramentals are a profound grace to many, but still a mystery to some. In Amazing Graces,
Why Head Start Matters
August 12, 2014 By Michael Diedrich , Education Fellow As the lifelong impacts of high-quality early childhood education have become better known, the early years of a child’s life have become a matter of education policy. It’s also important to remember the importance of publicly supported child care and early childhood education as a way of supporting working families Education Week has sketched out the history…
How to Care for a Shaved Head
Maintaining a great looking bald head takes a bit of work. Preventing razor burn and ingrown hairs are essential.
Why Masterflex Pump Heads?
Performance and ease-of use is the answer. Here are just a few Masterflex® pump head options and why they are the choice of peristaltic pump users (all are five-star rated!): Masterflex® L/S® High-…
How clutter messes with your head, and how to declutter your life
With so many sights, sounds, smells and sensations competing for our attention, it can be a challenge for the brain to process everything at onceA study shows that a messy home raises levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, in women
How to handle head lice: How do you know if your child has head lice?
MILWAUKEE -- It's one fear every parent has: what do you do if your child comes home with lice? Meijer pharmacists Lauren Darling joins FOX6 WakeUp with how to avoid the bug and how to treat it. How to Handle Head Lice What are lice? • Tiny bugs the size of a sesame seed. • They are clear or a reddish-brown color and are highly contagious.
The Cypress of Hilton Head Island
Planning for long-term care can give you peace of mind, but many older adults find the process overwhelming. Follow these five steps for care-free planning.
Tagged Furnace: How To Keep Your Head When You're Seeing Red
Becoming informed about what a tagged furnace means and what options you have are the first steps in getting the problem solved.
Obi Toppin Is Turning Heads Across the Country. How Far Can He Take UD?
Obi Toppin (cover photo) has emerged as UD men’s basketball’s star player. Courtesy of Griffin Quinn The University of Dayton’s men’s basketball team is starting to get a lot of buzz in preparation of the 2019-20 season. New names are lining the roster from all of the transfers that are eligible to play this season. There has even been talk that, on paper, this Dayton basketball team could be one of the best in the program’s history Even with all the new faces,…
6 Illustrations That Show What It’s Like In An Introvert’s Head
This article first appeared on QuietRev.com Dear Extroverts, We love your energy and excitement. But as introverts, we sometimes feel mis...