Jump to Navigation

Research > Leadership Research

Resources

Sing to the Lord of Harvest: A hymn festival for Thanksgiving

  This combined service was planned by Kevin Bylsma of the Campus Chapel in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and by Charlotte Larsen of the Ann Arbor Christian Reformed Church.   The hymns in this... read more >

Resources

Addressing Domestic Violence in Faith Communities

  Domestic violence is a serious concern that can affect members of any congregation or faith community. As such, faith leaders often encounter both victims and abusers in their ministry and... read more >

Resources

Composing A Life

Life as an improvisational art, at every age. This idea animates the wise linguist and anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson, whose book Composing a Life has touched many. Since her childhood... read more >

Resources

Voices on Silence From Fuller Studio

“In solitude and silence people become aware of what is actually occurring in their hearts—without incessant external stimuli, they discover who they are.” + L. Paul Jensen (PhD ’07), an adjunct... read more >

Resources

Churches Serving Veterans

How can your church create and witness to morality for people who doubt God’s goodness or even existence? Unlike post-traumatic stress disorder -- which is rooted in fear and marked by... read more >

Resources

Psalms on Audio at Spotify and Lead Sheets for Hymns Weekly from the Liturgy Letter Newsletter

Every week The Liturgy Letter Newsletter puts out an email. This week is the Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost 2017 (Year A). In addition to daily readings, psalms commentary, a contemplative prayer... read more >

Feature

Jesus is Woke; We Should be Too, An On Scripture Feature

by Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis (Revelation 21:1-6). Jesus is Woke; We Should be Too, An On Scripture Feature a reflection by Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis with a focus on Matthew 15:10-28 (Aug 20, 2017) On Scripture 

Lilly Grant to Help Grow Sacred Music at Notre Dame

Lilly Grant to Help Grow Sacred Music at Notre Dame

A $1.6 million grant from Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc. will support a University of Notre Dame program it helped launch five years ago. The Sacred Music at Notre Dame initiative connects graduate students with local churches throughout the region for internships to establish children's choirs. [Read more in Inside Indiana Business].

Five ways faith can reduce bullying and empower victims

Five ways faith can reduce bullying and empower victims

"Developing moral consciences: A separate international study of high school students found that moral disengagement, including vilifying the victim and absolving oneself of personal responsibility, was the most powerful risk factor for going online to repeatedly attack others."

Developing a moral conscience is just one of the things congregations can do to support young people in the community. [Read more on the ARDA website].

Pages

Search

News

News

Watchfulness, Vision and The Future

It's a good word for the church. In his instructions to the church at Colossae, Paul asks his readers to be watchful....

Poll Out on Prayers of the Non-Religious

For many non-believers, it is an instinctive response to a crisis: “Please, God.” So perhaps it should not be...

Sermons for President's Day from Indiana University

War of 1812 in the collections of the Lilly Library at Indiana University:   Before the War, The War - 1812...

Popular Tools

Map congregations and create a religious and demographic profile for your community!

Enter a ZIP code or city/state [e.g. Seattle, WA] for a map:  

Widget provided by: