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E-newsletter might be church's answer Print E-mail
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By Ken Satterfield   
Thursday, June 05, 2014
Many congregations are discussing or have discussed turning to e-newsletters as an alternative to the U.S. Postal Service. Before deciding, examine the pros, cons and options. Discuss what you want to communicate and how people like to receive information.
 
Like Christ, accept and value all Print E-mail
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By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor   
Thursday, June 05, 2014
It is encouraging to see churches helping members become better educated about mental disorders and working to defuse the stigma of mental illness. Dealing with this issue requires high levels of sensitivity and respect. In today's world, mental illness is not a rarity -- if it ever was.
 
Sensitivity to mental illness Print E-mail
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By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor   
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Many people with mental illnesses don’t exactly know how to relate to others or whom to trust, but everyone needs friends and people who care for them. Such a friendship can be like any other and includes sharing of personal information by both parties and, as the friendship develops, a sharing of feeling, hurts and whatever. A mental health condition need not be the focal point of the relationship. After all, none of us is perfect. We all have our “disorders.”
 
Comfort those who are mourning the death of a loved one Print E-mail
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By Frank Fain, The Baptist Home   
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Jesus identified mourning as a blessing because when we mourn the death of our loved one, God will make sure we are comforted. God uses fellow believers as comforters to those who are mourning.
 
Glen Stassen left a lasting legacy Print E-mail
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By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor   
Wednesday, May 07, 2014
When I read that ethicist Glen Stassen had died, I immediately thought: "A mighty oak has fallen." But Stassen's work will continue to inform Christian ethics and, subsequently, the world. Now it is time for those rigorously schooled by him to continue his influence and do what he did -- pass along the passion for tackling the tough issues and do the hard work that even Christians often avoid.
 
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The Associated Press reports on the faith of missionary couple David and Nancy Writebol. Nancy contracted the deadly Ebola virus during their service in Liberia and is currently in the United States receiving treatment. 

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