8 Lessons Learned on My 50th Birthday

A global pandemic never factored into my imagination when I envisioned my 50th birthday. Quarantine certainly changed my plans as the half-century mark of my life arrived but having my two adult sons with me is a greater gift than I could ever...
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Good Faith Forum

Public Education No. 1

In the first of three public education forums, moderator Rev. Cameron Vickrey, associate director of Pastors for Texas Children, fielded questions from the audience and guided the conversation among our expert panelists: Carol Burris and John Ogletree.

A group in front of a national park sign
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Glacier National Park and Northern Montana

August 14-21, 2021

Mountains. Glaciers. Waterfalls. Wildflowers. Stiumulating small group conversation. Coming in 2021.

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Hopeful Imagination

by Mike Queen and Jayne Davis

Christian congregations, like just about everything else in our culture, are undergoing tremendous change. That’s not a huge revelation. Almost everyone involved with congregations agrees with that statement, because we live with that reality. One of the central changes for congregations today is that they are no longer the center of social and cultural life in most communities.