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Faith, teens and digital media

Art Bamford of Fuller Youth Institute talks to danah boyd, a Principal Researcher at Microsoft, a Professor at New York University, and a Fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, about parenting, adolescence, faith and the place of digital media.

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Food from the Abundant Table.

“The mission of Abundant Table is to connect people, the land, and spirituality…” ~ Sam Thomas, board president.

Here’s a lovely video from this Episcopal Service Corps

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To be young and homeless

A sobering thought to reflect on as we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus: an estimated 1.6 million young people are homeless in the United States. At She the People, a blog on The Washington Post website, Bernardine Watson

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A high camp-ology

A delightful blog post by Conor Gwin:

In the bubble of seminary you quickly discover that everyone wants to know where you stand on the high-low spectrum for dozens of -ologies (Christology, soteriology, ecclesiology, etc.). I often find myself put-off by this classification system because, as is our way here in the Western world, it makes huge and mysterious topics into overly-simple, false dichotomies – but that is for another

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Is youth ministry killing the church?

New studies show that children and youth who are involved in the life and worship of the church are more likely to stay into adulthood while those with strong “youth programs” drop out.

Kate Murphy reflects in the

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Nadia Bolz-Weber gets some mainstream love

Nadia Bolz-Weber, who has been the talk of folks who are looking for ways to made Christianity more compelling to young people who don’t trust the church, has finally caught the attention of the mainstream

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