INDIANAPOLIS — A veteran leader of new church efforts will assume the full-time leadership role for New Church Ministry after serving a year in a transitional role, according to an … Continue reading Veteran New Church Leader Named Minister for New Church Strategies
With the recent rollback of reproductive rights in the United States and the passing of anti-trans and anti-drag bills, honoring women this March is a bittersweet affair.Truth be told, the … Continue reading When persistence isn’t enough
On the first and third Tuesdays of the month, Water the Plants intercessors from across the United States and Canada gather with one another on the phone to pray for … Continue reading A prayer for Black History Month
Rebecca Anderson grew up Evangelical, but as a young adult, she didn’t consider herself a religious person. That didn’t mean she didn’t dip her toes in the waters of different communities of faith. And then she attended a local church in Boston at the suggestion of a fellow non-religious friend, which changed her life.
Last year, I wrote the opening letter for the April issue, sharing my thoughts on the importance of being vigilant against both the COVID-19 pandemic and anti-Asian racism.Much has happened since. As … Continue reading How is the definition of success hurting Asians in North America?