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Share Your Ideas with Journalists

Share Your Ideas with Journalists

The IARJ is committed to being a true global effort where journalists can learn from one another in a forum of mutual respect and understanding. Please contribute your ideas for the newsletter, from story suggestions to letting colleagues know what is going on in your part of the world. Just Share Your Ideas at [email protected]
 

Islam and Democracy in Indonesia

Islam and Democracy in Indonesia

Visit The ARDA YouTube channel to watch the panel discussion
 
"Islam and Democracy in Indonesia", held on October 19, 2017, on the final day of the conference on religion and journalism in Asia.
 
Islam and Democracy in Indonesia (A three part series on YouTube from the ARDA and IARJ.)
 
 

$1 Milion to lPortland Seminary, in partnership with the George Fox University College of Christian Studies

Lilly Endowment awards more than $20M to help pastors

Alban at Duke Divinity School's Top Five Stories of 2017

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Discipleship Project

Discipleship Project: A groundbreaking approach to theological education inspired by Jesus pedagogy in the New Testament.
 
 
Sermon Helps Looking for more online resources to assist in your preaching? These Centers and Projects offer excellent resources and gateways into more resources to help with your own sermon method, your own sermon preparation. Academy of Preachers, Sermon Helps, CTS Home, Day1 Over 15 years’ worth of lectionary-based sermon transcripts, as well as audio sermons. 
 
Resources: CTS Home, and links below explore, from the method perspective, what is good preaching and what mode of sermon, preaching can be achieved with and by method. We are excited to present sermon method tools: lectures, articles, video clips, recommended books, and other resources to help preachers improve, in the series, please see the Five Most Common Mistakes in Preaching page. Additional resources. 
 

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Center for Congregations Sermon Resources

Center For Congregations

   The Center for Congregations works to strengthen Indiana congregations by hosting events and workshops and seeking out and sharing the latest resources available to congregations. While its work is based in Indiana, the Center shares its findings and educational material with congregations everywhere on its website, and through its newsletter, Centerpiece, and its blog, Centerview. 
  Resources for small membership congregations. 
What if there was a way to solve your congregation’s most pressing problem? What if an approach exists that will solve something that was intractable, unmovable, resistant to all your efforts? Would you be interested? Or would you be hesitant, possibly suspicious? There is an approach that can help you solve an arduous challenge, and the solution already exists in your community. This approach has been used in many spheres of life, including nutrition, health care and education. Yet it hasn’t been translated to spiritual life or the flourishing of congregations. This document will introduce you to the untapped approach called positive deviance. http://thecrg.org/content/files/Positive-Deviance.pdf
   Congregational Resource Guide: The Congregational Resource Guide (CRG) is an online tool designed to help congregational leaders find resources to address their individual needs. The tool allows you to search and save articles and relevant information, and create a workspace for your congregation. 
 

Christian political witness in an age of fear and anxiety

Christian political witness in an age of fear and anxiety

Dates & Time: 
Dec 07, 2017
What is the shape of Christian political witness in an age of fear and anxiety? Join James K.A. Smith to examine politics through the lens of liturgy.
 
Date: Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 7:30PM to 9:30PM
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Calvin College Chapel Sanctuary, Grand Rapids, Michigan
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Nothing is More Important- Call to Community

Nothing is More Important- Call to Community

"No challenge before us is more important — and more potentially life-giving — than that we come to see and know our fellow citizens, our neighbors, who have become strangers. Journalist Anand Giridharadas and Whitney Kimball Coe of the Rural Assembly have two very different histories and places in our life together. But they are both stitching relationship across the ruptures that have made politics thin veneers over human dramas of power and frailty, fear and hope. We spoke at the Obama Foundation’s inaugural summit in Chicago."
 

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