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Social media is here to stay. In fact, 45 percent of users feel "worried or uncomfortable" when email or Facebook aren't accessible. We like scrolling through our feeds, with many of us getting our news from it. With Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat capturing...

source: By Mark MacDonald
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CONNECT. DEVELOP. STRENGTHEN You will connect with administrative leaders across the spectrum of the Christian church at our 65th Annual Conference. This thought-provoking event offers you multiple ways to develop professional skills,...

source: The Church Network

During this worldwide coronavirus pandemic, as some evangelical groups discouraged vaccine use, other religious organizations not only endorse them, they’re rolling up sleeves to distribute them. JARC, in partnership with the Jewish...

source: The Oakland Press

With concerns that suicide rates are rising in communities of color during the pandemic, Catholic mental health workers say the Church can play a key role in response. Claire Shynett, coordinator of the Houston chapter of the Association...

source: The Catholic Telegraph

For the first time in 80 years, fewer than half of American adults say they belong to a church, synagogue or mosque, according to a recent Gallup Poll. Combine that with the pandemic’s strain on church finances, and a slew of church properties are coming up for sale.

source: Marketplace

The first time coffee showed up in church, things did not go well. First developed in the Muslim world in the mid-800s, coffee was initially greeted by the Vatican, according to traditional stories, as a "hellish" brew meant to tempt Christians.

source: Religion News Service via Episcopal News Service

The Bible reminds us how unwelcome disruptions come to the Church and although we fight against it and hope that God would never let terrible things happen—disruptive change results in a deepening and expanding of spiritual and numerical growth for the Church.

source: Biblical Leadership

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