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If you have a church newsletter, you probably have people who are regular contributors. You may even have a designated team that is tasked with making sure there is adequate material for each publication. It's usually pr ...

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As a member of a faith community, you may often feel like you are attending a lot of gatherings but not really making any meaningful connections. As a church leader, it is easy to feel like guiding the congregation is an ...

Category: Religion ULC Books

Reading has many benefits, including reduced stress, improved memory, and even increased positivity and empathy. If you're in a reading rut, you may want to consider

Category: Health and Wellness

When you think of possible groups that you could form with other church members, you probably think of something that gives back to the community. After all, the extent to which your church is faithful to its mission is ...

Category: Religion

Believers from every spiritual tradition have their favorite practices for understanding more about God, the world and their own places within it. Some people learn by sharing stories or by acting on the convictions of t ...

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For many people of faith, reading is a large part of spiritual growth. Books can inform, advise, inspire and encourage your church members. A community library is a good way to share books, and it doesn’t have to cost ...

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Even if you couldn't make it to the beach for a day of summer reading this year, you can still pick up a great diversity of books that will help open your eyes to the experiences of others. Joy Harjo — Poet Laureate ...

Category: Human Rights

Summer beach reading season doesn’t have to be postponed because the beach is closed. Simply put a lawn chair in the backyard, slap on some sunscreen and enjoy the great outdoors. Looking for some interesting books for ...

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Mary Randolph Carter, the Queen of Junk, once said that a perfectly kept house is the sign of a misspent life. People who adhere to the proverb that says cleanliness is next to godliness may have a hard time accepting th ...

Category: Spirituality

This season may be coming to a close, but that doesn't mean you can't take a break from the fast pace of living this summer by picking up a book or two. Here are some newly published tomes that will give you a broader vi ...

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