Rev. Jake Morrill is in his 18th year as Lead Minister of a thriving congregation in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He’s also a non-profit executive director, a therapist, and a clergy coach, anchored in Bowen Family Systems Theory. He teaches systems thinking through the Bowen Theory Education Center and works with clients through the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family, as well as in his own private practice. This Fall, Rockridge Press will publish his book, Unlocking the Art of Forgiveness.
Just a few years ago, religious liberty was an obscure topic; now it’s all over the headlines. What is religious freedom? Does it allow us to freely practice our faith, or does it mean we are free to discriminate based on our faith? My guest today is Brian Kaylor, Executive Director of Word and Way,…
I’m not a big fan of doing difficult things. If I have to, I usually can, but I like to know how long I’ll have to do them.
Rev. Donna Claycomb Sokol is the pastor of Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Washington, DC. Prior to the pandemic, this church worked to include people from all walks of life in ministry. The mission continues with new fervor and passion, but through its online presence, the circle is drawn much wider.
REPLAY: Perhaps that’s an overstatement, but Dylan Wilson of Bearden United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee, shares some of the challenges of doing online ministry with youth and young adults in this time of social distancing. His creative work with video is bringing people into a place of participation in worship that he finds compelling. …
Welcome to “Two Minute Tuesday,” which ended up being three minutes. Oh well. Here’s a quick hit of audio magic about why you should not put all your eggs in the social media basket.
As some of us move worship back into our sanctuaries, what have we learned while doing online worship that we’d like to bring into our sanctuaries with us?