Monday, Feb 20, 2017

Recent Posts

What Is A Realistic Approach To Social Media And Technology for Congregations?

If it seems like everyone is on social media and using technology, it’s because they are. Last year 78 percent of Americans reportedly had at least one social media profile. Yet many churches are still struggling to adapt to society’s evolving digital landscape. Rabbi Aaron Spiegel, information technology director for the Center for Congregations, says maybe that’s OK.

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Dear exhausted Evangelical

The end of the story is that I escaped my mental jail cell without losing my faith. But it wasn’t immediate or simple. It was a complicated process that involved trauma, unconventional theology classes, and listening to the unexpected, still, small voice of the Holy Spirit.

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Upcoming Workshop to Address Human Trafficking

In March Faith Partners, a Spokane-based collaborative between social service agencies and faith representatives, will offer a multi-faith workshop to support communities responding to human trafficking in the Spokane Region.

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In “Case Against Sugar” author makes case for healthier diet

“King Sugar” has captured the American diet while diabetes and other chronic illnesses have skyrocketed, but is there a link? Author Gary Taubes delivers a resounding “yes” while conceding that more research is needed before we can say for sure how much sugar is too much for a healthy diet.

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