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Pastoral Fellowships Are God’s Provision for Lonely Pastors

Real pastors do not need anything. They are strong, independent and have all the answers. Or so I once thought. When I began my first pastorate, someone contacted me to ask if I would be part of a number of different ecumenical meetings and faith leader groups. I shunned them all. I knew that the agendas of these meetings were nothing that I wanted to participate in. I chose not to spend my time at those tables. I also chose to paint all pastors’ fellowships…
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The United Church of Canada: What You Need to Know

Fred C. Würtele , via Wikimedia Commons  What kind of a church has an atheist pastor? You’ve probably heard of Gretta Vosper. She’s the minister of West Hill United Church in Scarborough. In 2001 she started describing herself publicly as a “non-theist.” Since 2013 she’s used a more direct term: “atheist.” As you might expect, the outlandish idea of an atheist minister…

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Review of Faith Among the Faithless by Mike Cosper
When I read Recapturing the Wonder, I instantly became a huge Mike Cosper fan. Cosper’s discourse on the struggle of faith in our secular age has challenged and encouraged me deeply. Naturally, I leapt at the chance to get my hands on his latest book, Faith Among the Faithless. Essentially, Faith Among the Faithless is a deep dive into the book of Esther. Using his gifted storytelling abilities to help us understand the circumstances surrounding Esther’s movement to the position of Queen…
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Review of Faith Among the Faithless by Mike Cosper

When I read Recapturing the Wonder, I instantly became a huge Mike Cosper fan. Cosper’s discourse on the struggle
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