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Last fall, I found myself at a HUGE Children’s Ministry conference, with close to 2000 participants. I was leading workshops, and several times landed in packed elevators amid multiple conversations between enthusiastic groups of Children’s ministers. In some ways,...read more
Originally posted on the Faith Formation Learning Exchange blog. I spend a lot of my time going to meetings and conferences. The face-to-face time at these events is invaluable because of the connections made, interests shared, and information gained. I also spend a...read more
I have been a parish pastor and worked with congregations as a coach and trainer for over 30 years. One thing I have noticed over the years is that it is easy for those of us who are congregational leaders to get upset with parents for "not doing their job." Years...read more
Don't worry, I'm not going to be lecturing you on the dangers of pesticides and telling you to rid yourselves of all non-organic things in your home. Or maybe I am. We hear it every day. Buy organic, it's better for you. Organic foods are free of harmful chemicals and...read more
The first year after my husband and I got married, both sets of our parents divorced. Both. It was hard, really hard. And it got very messy, because we weren’t children, so there was no need to protect us from what was going on between them. (As if children don’t see...read more
Originally posted on the Faith Formation Learning Exchange blog. Movies capture the spirit of hope in strikingly clear fashion. Have you ever had the experience of watching a movie and knowing the outcome will be good, but in the midst of an action scene you wonder...read more