This guest post was written by Luz Gálvez de Figueroa. Falling in Love with a Different Culture The first time we stepped onto American soil was at the Miami airport in 1987. Sitting there for 6 hours after a long trip from Chile was overwhelming. As we waited, a strange lady wearing a long coat, […]
Our world is in the middle of a “kairos” moment. Have you ever heard that word before? It’s Greek (no, literally—it’s Greek). The best definition, in English, is: “a propitious moment for decision or action.” The world is at a decision point. Maybe you made the decision years ago. Or maybe this is all new for you.
But all of us are now faced with a critical question: How will you respond to the staggering loss of black life? There is, of course, a personal call to action.
Children’s ministry leader, you have the most opportunity of any leader in the Church to shape what her future will look like. You lead the Church of today, but you also lead the Church of tomorrow. This is a weighty responsibility. We see all throughout Scripture that the spiritual formation and discipleship of children has
Dr. Michelle Anthony The following story is provided by our INCM/CPC Partner David C. Cook. Michelle will also be a keynote speaker and breakout presenter at CPC ’10. Our children and families live in a hurried world, full of noise and busyness. Many are fighting to simply “make it through another day.” Parents and children alike fall