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So … How IS That Call to Ministry Working Out? Episode #4: The one about providing food to hungry people

by Joann Neuroth There was nothing gradual or tentative about the commitment made by Sue Emmert, a graduate of the ninth class of On Being a Spiritual Nurturer, to the food ministry that is now a big part of her life.  She remembers a Meeting for Business in the summer of 2020 when her meeting’s

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We’re hiring!

Thanks to a generous grant from the Shoemaker Foundation, we are hiring for a new role! We are seeking an Outreach Coordinator to get the word out about our new program, Faithful Meetings, and about our work in general. This will be an independent contractor, part-time (20 hours/week) position, paying $20,000 per year with an

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Perhaps It’s You Who Holds the Missing Puzzle Piece?

By Joann Neuroth While missing the vitality of past face-to-face events, the School of the Spirit board feels Spirit’s wind under our wings in many ways:  Prayerful listening continues to affirm the expanded call to ministry that came to us last year, and we have increased clarity about the clusters of work that might entail. 

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So … How IS That Call to Ministry Working Out? Episode #3

Chris Hall Interviewed by Joann Neuroth Jay Marshall, former Dean of Earlham School of Religion, defines Ministry as “lived faith intentionally exercised toward others.”  Christine Hall believes each one of us is suited for particular kinds of “lived faith” by our gifts, capacities, and relationship with the Holy.  She finds that when we are faithful

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