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Lost and found

The practice of getting lost can teach Christian leaders to be more attentive, resourceful, grateful, faithful and open to new possibilities, writes Gretchen E. Ziegenhals.

Leading with our bodies

When it comes to eating, most Christians are Gnostic. As a result, their bodies suffer. If the church and its members are to thrive, they need leaders who model a more holistic, sacramental way to eat, writes Fred Bahnson.

The church as petri dish

Common communion cups and passing the peace transmit germs. But rather than overreact to the H1N1 pandemic, church leaders can develop thoughtful, temporary policies that preserve community, writes historian Daniel Sack.