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Source: Orthodox Christian Leadership Initiative Space is limited, so claim your spot! SIGN UP TODAY! BACK BY DEMAND! Previous participants and those on the waiting list from last month’s Stewardship Series asked for another session! Fr. Nick Hubbard will be joined by two other financial advisors, Ryan Mohrmann and Eric Vowles, who are dedicated to Christian stewardship. Foundational Stewardship: Conversations About Money August 10 – We will begin this series by focusing on common challenges when discussing money, and the importance of having a healthy relationship with money. Financial Clarity: Untapped Opportunities August 17 – This session will identify financial…

Source: American Institute of Architects By William Richards In his essay “Paris Not Flooded,” Roland Barthes asks us to see the great flood of January 1955 as a creative force that erased roads and sidewalks. It forced Parisians to row to the grocer and priests to enter churches in canoes, “making disaster itself provide evidence that the world is manageable.” If Barthes were to write “Notre-Dame Not Ablaze,” he might ask us to see the April 15 fire and its aftermath as evidence of something useful like a lesson or a sacrament. It will be a long while before that evidence…

Source: Stewardship Calling The 7 Big Findings Regarding Youth and Emerging Adults and Religious Engagement, Education and Stewardship and What We Can Do As we celebrate our Lord’s glorious resurrection, it is difficult to think about why our youth and emerging adults may be leaving, and/or becoming disengaged from, traditional Christian churches in America at a record pace. These negative trends of church disengagement in the U.S. are well researched and may be more than just passing fads. If they signal an important shift in the attitudes of youth/emerging adults, the key questions include: “What are the causes?” and “What are…