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Methodist Chaplain Hikes the Appalachian Trail

Methodist Chaplain Hikes the Appalachian Trail

When Matt Hall — this year's Appalachian Trail chaplain for the United Methodist Church — travels the mammoth foot path that slices through the eastern part of the United States, fellow thru-hikers will call him "Trigger." ... [Read Why]. He plans to start his southbound ministry journey in June. Hall, who will focus far more on pastoral care than evangelism, begins the 2,190-mile hike in Maine and hopes to wrap up before Christmas in Georgia.

Good Friday Peace Walk In Chicago

Good Friday Peace Walk In Chicago

Dates & Time: 
Apr 14, 2017

 

The Chicago Archdiocese has not forgotten the power and peace born of praying together. Cardinal Cupich invites all people of good will, including civic, education and religious leaders from across the city to join him for a Walk for Peace through Englewood on Good Friday, April 14.

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The 2016 Psalm Translation Poetry Contest

The 2016 Psalm Translation Poetry Contest

The winner of this year’s contest will receive US$150 and a two-year subscription to Structo

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Bible Study and Sermons Resources From Jaime Clark-Soles

On Scripture Features by Jamie Clark- Soles  The Nasty Woman Who Persisted: The Samaritan Woman of John 4, An On Scripture Feature by Jaime Clark-Soles with a focus on John 4:5-42. More Bible Study... read more >

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The Nasty Woman Who Persisted: The Samaritan Woman of John 4, An On Scripture Feature

 
by Jaime Clark-Soles (John 4:5-42) The Nasty Woman Who Persisted: The Samaritan Woman of John 4, An On Scripture Feature by Jaime Clark-Soles with a focus on John 4:5-42. More Bible Study and Sermons Resources From Jaime Clark-Soles (March 13, 2017).

 

What Do Mormons, Catholics, and Muslims Have In Common In America?

What Do Mormons, Catholics, and Muslims Have In Common In America?

Stephen Prothero in a Politico article highlighted by Faith & Leadership compared the descrimination Muslims, Catholics, and Mormons have expeirneced in the United States saying, "In attacking Catholics and Mormons, the ancestors of Gorka and Flynn and other anti-Muslim culture warriors claimed that these growing religious groups were un-Christian, immoral, and un-American. In short, they were theological imposters, amoral villains, and traitors to the nation – labels hate groups now widely apply to Muslims.

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Bible Study and Sermons Resources From Carolyn J. Sharp

On the Fiscal Cliff with John the Baptist, An On Scripture Feature by Carolyn J. Sharp with a focus on Luke 3: 7-18. More Bible Study and Sermons Resources From... read more >

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A Call For Papers on Games and Learning in Religion and Theology

Teaching Theology and Religion Special Call for Papers on “Games and Learning in Religion and Theology”  ...

2017 Award Winners - Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship

Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship   Recipients include: Lizbeth Celis, Concord; Tessa Clark, Bethany...

McKibben Where Climate and Faith Meet

On the stump with former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, or writing the lead piece in the New York Times’...

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