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God’s Eternal Breath Gives Life, Calls Us to Help the Breathless

By Barrett Owen | May 29, 2020

With Pentecost celebrated this Sunday, may we remember God gave us breath to live, move and have our being in the world and gave us breath to cry out against injustices afflicted on our sisters and brothers of color.

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Look Back | Do You Know What Happens When You Fry Baloney?

By Miguel De La Torre | May 22, 2020
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Liberal and progressive politicians and clergy are more dangerous to the cause of justice than their neoconservative counterparts. Their fruits may be pleasing, but they can be just as damaging to the welfare of the oppressed.

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For Class of 2020, Exactly What Are You Graduating Into? A Mess

By Mitch Randall | May 21, 2020
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Physical distancing measures to respond to COVID-19 created an alternate universe for graduates in 2020. Our world faces a mess, yet your generation can help us clean it up. You are an inspiration. You will change the world.

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4 Suggestions on How We Can Improve Clergy Mental Health

By Paula Shurden Batts | May 21, 2020
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Clergy are more open today to seeking help for mental health issues. And when churches speak openly about mental health, they reduce the mystery and stigma for everyone, including their ministers. Consider these four suggestions.

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Her Fight: How Many Pastors’ Spouses Deal with Depression

By Patrick Broaddus | May 21, 2020
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Choosing to be married to a pastor is hard. Many spouses deal with depression. The church needs to come to a fuller understanding of the often unrealistic expectations and pressures placed on ministers and their families.

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Young Adults Face Mental Health Issues in ‘Emerging Adulthood’

By Rebekah Gordon | May 20, 2020
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With milestones like marriage and degrees pushed later into life, young adults are plunged into ‘emerging adulthood.’ This new stage brings with it challenges and mental health problems that previous generations never faced.

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