Innovation in Proclamation

Why I Fast

Why I Fast

I fast because my body needs to celebrate the passion and death of Jesus.

 

StarbucksI fast because I am a body

which needs to lament

mindlessly living

self absorption

arrogance and pride.

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The More Things Change

By Diane Lampitt

The more things change, the more they stay the same!

When I was in High School in the 70’s, my best friend’s mother loved to gift us with her words of wisdom. One of her famous sayings was – “the more things change, the more they stay the same!” That saying rings true for me today as I reflect on the last three decades in catechetical ministry.

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Ministry & Technology:
The Perfect Match

By Elaine Menardi

Ministry Meets Technology

We see it everywhere. All kinds of people in all kinds of places walk around with internet-accessible devices in hand. We take our technology with us wherever we go and we can be connected with the world at the touch of a single button.

No one could probably have predicted how quickly this trend would develop or how dependent we would become on instant access. In a matter of mere seconds, we can locate our exact position on the face of the earth, find a restaurant within a two mile circle and learn the migratory route of Canadian geese heading south for winter. Take a moment and reflect on the variety of ways you use technology that flood your own world. It’s enough to take your breath away.

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#Fusion

By Fred Fosnacht

Fusion is an interesting metaphor for a phenomenon happening everywhere in the church today, yet one that is infrequently commented upon. It is the collision of two disparate energies, joining together to form a new whole, never before possible in the history of the church.

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