Together, As One

Many Voices One Mission: Cultivating Collaboration

Deborah Kirk

10/10/2018

"As we dedicate ourselves to building God’s kingdom, we must define what it looks like in the local community." —Debby Kirk


Many Voices One Mission: More Frequent, More Intense

Donald Remick

10/3/2018

"And churches stay on the ground, involved in helping people find their way into a new normal, long after the news crews have moved on to the next disaster or lead story." —Rev. Don Remick


Many Voices One Mission: Called and Sent

Michael Ciba

9/26/2018

"When the mission of the institution becomes sustaining the institution itself, the institution falls apart." —Rev. Michael Ciba


Many Voices One Mission: The Sometimes Difficult, Always Important, Evolution of Language

Tiffany Vail

9/19/2018

"Language – and the evolution of language – is a fascinating thing. It can also be a frustrating and difficult thing. Because change is never easy." —Tiffany Vail


Many Voices, One Mission: Face To Face

Andrew Page

9/12/2018

"I find that face to face communication can save time and improve the clarity of a discussion." — Drew Page


Many Voices, One Mission: Viability

Jonathan New

9/5/2018

"Churches are closing and it’s time to break the silence." — Rev. Jonathan New


Many Voices, One Mission: Forward Together

Kent Siladi

8/29/2018

"The work towards the creation of the new has begun." — Rev. Kent Siladi


Many Voices, One Mission: Let's Not Keep God Waiting

Kelly Gallagher

7/18/2018

"Now is the time to get at it." — Rev. Kelly Gallagher


Covenant

Amy Lignitz Harken

6/7/2018

In the crucible of a collective — be it a family, a village, or a denomination — we learn who we are. We learn what drives us bonkers and what makes us happy, how we are powerful and how we are vulnerable, how we are alike and how we are different. This is to say, in the company of others, we learn what it means to be human.


Many Voices, One Mission: Beyond The Vote

Ellie Richardson

6/6/2018

"We can talk until the cows come home about structure, process and strategy and get stuck in the weeds missing the fundamental nature of what is truly important in supporting something new." —Rev. Ellie Richardson


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