Tag: Bishop Elizabeth Eaton

This Week’s Links

Tuesdays on the blog mean that I have the pleasure of sharing some links to things that I have found interesting and thought provoking over the previous week with all of you. To help make sense of all that I have read, I have grouped these links by the following categories: Church and Ministry Thought

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This Week’s Links

Tuesdays on the blog mean that I have the pleasure of sharing some links to things that I have found interesting and thought provoking over the previous week with all of you. To help make sense of all that I have read, I have grouped these links by the following categories: Church and Ministry Thought

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This Week’s Links

Tuesdays on the blog mean that I get to share links to things that I have found interesting and thought provoking over the previous week with all of you. To help make sense of all that I have read, I have grouped these links by the following categories: Church and Ministry Thought & Practice; Cross-Sector

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What is Mission Share?

The second most asked question I receive in my role as Director for Stewardship of the Nebraska Synod is, “What is Mission Share?” This question always comes right behind, “What is stewardship?” or “What does stewardship really mean?” I am delighted with the questions and they always seem to lead to rich conversations, connections, ideas,

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This Week’s Links

Tuesdays on the blog usually means that it is time to share some links to things that I have read and found interesting over the past week. I know I’m a day late, and that it’s Wednesday today, but I hope you enjoy them anyway. To help make sense of the links, I have grouped

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Called Forward Together in Christ for the sake of the world

Earlier this week the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) released a 19-page “consultation paper on future directions of the ELCA,” entitled, “Called Forward Together in Christ for the sake of the world.” According to the title page, “This directions paper shares the key messages harvested through conversations across the ELCA. We invite you to

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