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Spending an intense year studying what the Bible had to say about women led the author of “A Year of Biblical Womanhood” to confront her worst fears about Scripture -- and to draw closer to God.
Church cookbooks are more than collections of recipes. They are collaborative acts of love.
If it's not about the money, how do we faithfully motivate laity and clergy for faithful ministry?
Influential laypeople yearn for deep relationships with Christian institutional leaders. We can nurture those relationships by entering the worlds where laypeople live, think and work -- not seeing them primarily as church volunteers and funders.
The church needs vital leaders who can convince people in the pews to move beyond the church’s four walls and be involved in Christ’s life in the world, says the new head of the UMC General Board of Higher Education and Ministry.