Majority World not Third World

Majority World, not Third World

These terms invite us to reflect on global inequalities.

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Offering hospitality and respect

Offering hospitality and respect

Mosaic partners with people with intellectual disabilities.

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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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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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Columbus Day Why

Columbus Day? Why?

It’s a painful reminder of exploitation for some people.

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Homecoming

Homecoming

Sometimes a place is home, even if we've never been there before.

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Blogs

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

Compassion and understanding

Compassion and understanding

In most cases, the harassment is unreported. Nearly two-thirds of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students (60.8 percent) who experience harassment or assault never reported the incident to the school.

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Roads, palms, shrubs and limits

In case any of you readers out there are suffering from pilgrim envy at our passage through Tuscany, be assured that 80 to 90 percent of our time here has not been the stuff that popular bestsellers are made of.

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Thoughts on Pete Seeger

Thoughts on Pete Seeger

I’ve seen it with the way we have raised our kids and even taught them the faith. Our parents seemed to have done a better job than the baby boomers that followed.

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