Yes. From what I’ve seen and experienced, we are too focused on being nice to each other, and not focused enough on loving each other and the world
David Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk who has spent decades studying and practicing gratitude, says that “happiness doesn’t make you grateful; gratefulness makes you happy.”
Children and youth can be a way forward toward working with God’s spirit to create a just world for all.
At the end of a full year of open dialogue that engaged covenant partners across the full life of the denomination, the United Church of Christ Board affirmed a Purpose, Vision, and Mission statement for the denomination.
In October as part of a series focused on sharing best practices, four local UCC ministers who are military veterans spoke about their experiences in the military and in the church.
Let's face it: There’s no glory for the Bean Counters.
The Pew Research Center just released the results of a study about how church goers choose a new place of worship.
Picture innovation. You probably picture gadgets, right? Technology, not poetry!
Something wonderful is happening in the Evangelical church in this country.
Ten-year-old children breaking out into song and dance; preschoolers lighting up in awe at writing their ABCs; teenagers finding a safe space to be who they are – Summer Communities of Service interns are there.