It’s time to begin the conversation!
I was blessed to serve in Scotland as an interim pastor during a one-month internship. This church welcomed me, the stranger.
When someone tells me about an idea, before I say, How? Say…Wow! Acknowledge their creative moment.
In the aftermath of Charlottesville, If ever a pastor had a reason to bring their congregation into discomfort, it was this morning. If ever there was a moment to follow Christ, it was today.
Recently an article was published about issues of multi-cultural training at Duke Divinity School. You can read about it here. I commented on several blogs but I wanted to raise my voice in this space to unveil the discourse of diversity and inclusion in a very unlikely place, Duke Divinity School, a seminary training future
“God use me to open the hearts of your people and the doors of this church. Amen.”
How will you begin to welcome the stranger to share the Gospel and love of Christ?
Are you serving the changing demographics of your community?
If we seek boundless ministry, we must be willing to step outside our own boundaries and engage in change.