Spoken and written language that intentionally avoids word use that is needlessly gender-specific or exclusive. Inclusive language also means the use of male and female imagery and metaphors in a balanced way to express the truths we know of God. Inclusive language may challenge the church to...
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Bulletin inserts for Sunday, January 27, present an outline of "For the Beauty of the Earth," a Lenten program focused on climate change and what can be done about it. Created by the...
This week's bulletin inserts focus on the connection between global warming and global poverty and offer resources for Earth Day (April 22), including information about the National Council of...
"With Lazarus, Once Poor" An Ash Wednesday Reflection