A college chaplain shares 5 best practices for overcoming self-doubt.
“As a community of women created in the image of God, called to discipleship in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to grow in faith, affirm our gifts, support one another in our callings, engage in ministry and action, and promote healing and wholeness in the church, the society, and the world.”
Following Jesus is messy. Loving one another is justice. We are not perfect. We are one body in Christ. The Gathering 2020 will be held in Phoenix, Ariz., July 16-19, 2020. Watch this spot for more information about the gathering as we add it or sign up for Bold Connections for monthly updates.
The book of Esther is one of the latest writings of the Old Testament, perhaps written to inspire Jews who had been scattered in the diaspora. The narrative takes place in the court of the King of Persia, King Ahasuerus. Some think that it was written to explain and establish the Jewish festival of Purim.
This three session-study is brought to us by Kay Ward, a bishop of the Moravian Church who lives in a Moravian retirement community in Watertown, Wisconsin. Ward wrote the popular ninth-month study in Gather magazine, In Good Company: Stories of Biblical Women.
Several women gathered in January to discuss how to best fulfill Women of the ELCA’s mission and purpose in a changing world.
An 11-woman exploratory committee met in St. Louis in January and centered its work on investigating the organization’s current business model. Learn more about the committee and share your thoughts on a three-question survey.