Category Archives: Leadership

2014 Homeless Day Video

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Steven Manskar on Atonement and Method Speaking about cross-bearing, United Methodist Pastor and leader Steven Manskar has been presenting a strong series on atonement.  Yesterday’s blog started out, “Jesus tells those who want to be his followers to “take up … Continue reading

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An opportunity to have input to a new book In his new blog introducing his book on theology, Teddy Ray writes, “In 2013, I began writing a book on theology. For several years, I looked for a particular resource I … Continue reading

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Not a Snap

Friday I received important reminders from the Wisconsin Council of Churches on SNAP, and I’m repeating many of them here: Food Share Cuts Mean More Demands on Emergency Food Providers Share your story and tell Congress not to cut anti-hunger … Continue reading

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Bread: Budget Battles and Hunger

What the Shutdown Means for Programs that Address Hunger and Poverty -This update is from Bread for the World A government shutdown means there are no additional federal funds to support programs such as WIC, SNAP (formerly food stamps), Head … Continue reading

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Friday Call for Help

I am thinking that I may make this a regular feature on Fridays: I’ll ask my readers for ideas and suggestions on a topic I am working on. I’m looking for a crafty, but simple, mission project that may productively … Continue reading

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Essay 4: Farmers: The Key to Ending Global Hunger

The fourth essay in the Bread for the World series, called Development Works, is all about farmers solving problems. I think would please, but not much surprise, my ancestors and Karen’s ancestors. Here are the key points, but please do … Continue reading

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