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Preach This, Tweet That (Part II): The iHomiletic™ How-to Guide

By Dominique A. Robinson, Staff Associate for Contextual Education

As mentioned in Preach This, Tweet That (Part I), Black Millennials find themselves in a peculiar socio-cultural predicament that renders them spiritually disjointed. 1,742 more words

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Does Your Church Need a Children's Ministry Missions Statement?

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

I have been surveying mission statements of children’s ministries in preparation for some new courses (the majority of congregations surveyed don’t have one). 653 more words

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Preach This, Tweet That (Part I): What Black Millennials are Looking for from the Preacher

By Dominique A. Robinson, Staff Associate for Contextual Education

Preaching has always been a lively communal dialogue between the preacher, God and the congregants within the Black Church tradition; however, technology and social media have invaded this dialogue for Black Millennials. 990 more words

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What Church Educators Can Learn from Infomercials

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

I’m a fan of late night infomercials. Given I am a bit of an insomniac that shouldn’t be a surprise. 539 more words

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What I’m Learning Outside the Church Bubble: Day Three

By Jan Edmiston, DMin. ‘01

This is the third of a three-part series by popular blogger and Columbia Theological Seminary graduate Jan Edmiston. (See the first here… 616 more words

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turquoise grace 

She had sunshine fever

in a cloudy place.

Gypsy blood running

through the veins

of a girl Up North,

making her crave

water and kaleidoscopes of color. 48 more words

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Thinking and Teaching

By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning

Quick quiz: What philosopher said, “To think is easy, to act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult of all.”? 528 more words

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