Disciples of Fear: Is It Easier to Believe in Crucifixions?

We currently live in a world where countless books have been written and read by countless believers about “declared dead on the operating table” or similar experiences with predictable tales of a white light at the end of a tunnel and angels telling the newly dead, “It is not your time yet… Go back! Go [Read More…]

Becoming a Force for Justice: Finding God in the City

By Shawn Casselberry Over the next 12 months, the Forum for Theological Education will spotlight 12 leaders, their stories, and how their passion and call to shape a more hopeful future through Christian ministry guides the impact they are making in their communities, institutions and universities.  In seminary, I remember telling God, “I’ll go anywhere [Read More…]

Too Many Positive Coincidences: How a Church Reaches At-Risk Teens

by The Rev. Pam Brokaw Dreaming of a bright future can be more difficult in an economically depressed community – especially for its young people. However, for the city of Winlock, one church has found a way to plant seeds of hope that are truly taking root. In this rural community in southwestern Washington, many [Read More…]


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