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Breaking Poverty's Cycles

Last September, a photograph of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi's limp body on a Turkish beach was a gut check to sophisticated societies, reminding them of the fragility of life for millions of people fleeing economic and political chaos and highlight

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Intimacy: A Better Story

The dreaded “sex talk.” I think this is a right of passage for every person who dares to embark on the journey of parenting.

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Bringing the Story to Life

My kids got their good taste in music from me. They’re a little obsessive about it, though.

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What Is Authentic Community?

The measure of love is its capacity to coexist within the context of diversity.

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Interview with Rachel Crocker

Where were you born and where did you grow up? I was born in Guatemala. When I was a year old we moved to El Paso, Texas. Dad pastored there until we moved to the West Coast.

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Q&A: Catechism

Q: I hear our pastor talking about beginning a catechism class. What is catechism anyway? Isn’t it for Catholics?

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Q&A: How to Help an Ailing Church

Q: How can we help to turn around our struggling congregation? I fear we are too set in our ways to change.

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