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Nikki Toyama-Szeto on Hoping in God Despite Injustice
Individuals and congregations sometimes despair while working for justice. Sometimes they forget that although God invites us to join in justice work, God remains in charge of changing the world. That’s why it’s crucial for justice seekers to stay rooted in Christian community and worship.
Conversation | September 19, 2022
Seven Self-Care Tips for Clergy Who Engage Trauma
Clergy and other church leaders called to engage trauma must also practice self-care, or they will burn out and be less effective in helping those who need to address and heal from trauma. These tips help congregants as well, relieving pressure on clergy and church leaders.
Article | October 30, 2019
Godspeed: Holy Pacing for Faithful Ministry
2019 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Seminar
Audio | May 15, 2019
My Soul Finds Rest in God
Join with singer-songwriter Sandra McCracken for contemplative songs and liturgical prayers, while making space within this worship service for both lament and joy.
Video | Worship Service | March 31, 2016
Coop's Column - Creation's Choir Sings Hymns of Praise
It takes an act of slowing life down enough to cultivate wonder, which is one of the reasons God bids his children to practice Sabbath—to take a day off in order to savor life for the sheer and undeserved gift that it is, and then in turn to worship God and to give God thanks for it. This column includes an audio recording by Dale Cooper.
Audio | Reflection | February 15, 2012
Come to Me and Rest - Psalm 23, Matthew 11 - sermon notes
Sermon notes about rest, renewal and restoration.
Worship Service | February 24, 2011
Come to Me and Rest - Psalm 23, Matthew 11
A service plan for Lent focused on the message of rest, renewal and restoration in Psalm 23 and also being conscious of the restlessness and agitation that so often mark our lives. Part of a Lenten series focused on "Walking with God through Psalm 23."
Worship Service | June 01, 2005