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I don’t know if it was the provocative title - “How American parenting is killing the American marriage” - or the actual content, but something about a recent Quartz article caused 47 of my friends to share it on Facebook. Maybe it was the opening sentence: “Sometime between when we were children and when we had children of our own, parenthood became a religion in America.”
While the cultural...Read More at Think Christian
The early Christians gathered to break bread. There would also be singing and preaching, but the breaking of bread was at the heart of their gatherings. They were “remembering” Jesus as they broke bread even though he was physically removed from them.
Paul gives us added insight about what happens at the communion table. He says, “You proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes.” How does that happen? What and how am I proclaiming when I take the Lord’s Supper? To whom am I proclaiming?
A little earlier, in 1 Corinthians 10:21, Paul talks about...Read More at This is Today
Building and maintaining a website isn’t easy, especially when many churches are underfunded and understaffed. Yet a website is the first contact many new people will have with a church and it’s a place regulars go to find information. A communicator’s goal is to remove barriers from people...Read More at ChurchJuice.reframemedia.com
As the school science fair is gearing up, Chamy’s project ask some big questions about the universe that Lucille, Liz and Julia want to answer by proclaiming that God is the God of all things! Spike finds the gang some expert help from a surprising source.Read More at Kids Corner
Have you ever felt stuck, like God brought you to this place in life then abandoned you? That's where we find Moses and the Israelites in our study this week of Exodus 14 & 15. The children of Israel were between the proverbial "rock and a hard place." In front of them stretched an impassable sea;...Read More at GroundWork
Blending families tends to be stressful no matter what time of year it is. When mixing a blended family with a stressful holiday season, it can cause parents to want to lie in the fetal position under a mound of wrapping paper until January rolls around!
Competing plans and traditions can cause most people anxiety and even moments of panic. Just trying to schedule holiday parties around...Read More at Family Fire