Ministering to the Rural Homeless – If You Can Find Them

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In rural settings, homelessness is a real problem – if you can identify the rural homeless that is. Moreover, funding for state and federal dollars is often attached to the number of homeless people identified in a federally initiated annual reporting period.

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Confronting the Myth that Small Towns Never Change

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Last week kicked off a series called What’s Trending, to which there was an overwhelming response. Today I begin another series which will run along with What’s Trending called Small Town Myths. Myth #1: Small Towns Never Change. In fact, its one of the biggest lies your church may be buying …

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Bridging Rural Art and Rural Faith in Ministry

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Is there a gap in your small town between local artists and local churches? What would bridging rural art and rural faith look like in your community? Last week while traveling to San Antonio to complete my last DMin seminar with Logsdon Seminary, I took some time while flying to …

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