A sign of welcome

A sign of welcome

It speaks of God’s love, in both traditional and newer ways.

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The work of being religious

The work of being religious

Loving God is tightly bound to loving our neighborly enemies.

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A lesson in giving

An emotional lesson in giving

In Zimbabwe – from limited resources, much is offered.

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Offering hospitality and respect

Offering hospitality and respect

Mosaic partners with people with intellectual disabilities.

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Majority World not Third World

Majority World, not Third World

These terms invite us to reflect on global inequalities.

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The delicate power of protein

The delicate power of protein

You might not know you need it until you don’t have it.

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Render unto Caesar

Render unto Caesar ...

This text calls us to not forget God in the midst of our busyness.

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5 reasons inner-city ministry is awesome

Inner-city ministry is awesome

Here are five reasons why I find that's true for me.

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Blogs

Posts by ELCA members offering a variety of viewpoints and opinions.

On frogs and such

On frogs and such

When I was in college I got a poison dart frog tattoo. I got it to remind myself that I may be tiny, but I am strong and I am OK and I am made by God.

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Keep crying

Keep crying

The answer comes from Jesus, who loves us enough to die and defeat death for sinners like you and me. As was true for Jesus, so will be true for those who cry out to him.

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It gets better

It gets better

High school can be a terribly difficult time of self-discovery, no matter what your particular difference is, and sadly, for many of our kids, differences aren’t tolerated.

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Got connections?

Got connections?

I have always taken a shine to heroic righters of wrongs: Robin Hood, Zorro, Sherlock Holmes. I also was moved by people who overcame obstacles -- disability, prejudice -- to become change agents in the world.

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