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Health and Wellness
This website, provided by the Union for Reform Judaism, offers helpful information and resources about a variety of health issues.
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Cultural Intelligence for Ministry
This web resource offers a Faith-Based Assessment for congregations to examine their cultural dynamics.
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Disabilities, Religion, and Spirituality Program
This web resource by the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center in Nashville, Tennessee provides wide-ranging disabilities research, services and training for educators, service providers and religious leaders.
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Church Tech Today: Technology for Today's Church
This website views technology as a vehicle for congregations to communicate and also shares the latest tips and advice for practitioners.
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Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (CPYU)
This website by youth ministry veteran Walt Mueller offers guidance to parents, teens, and youth workers by bridging the "cultural-generational" gap and by providing an interpretive framework for contemporary culture.
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New Churches: Multiply the Mission
New Churches, brought to you by veteran church start pastor and educator Ed Stetzer and Daniel Im, director of church multiplication services at Lifeway, is an online hub for church multiplication resources and offers a podcast archive of nearly 350 presentations on church planting.
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Social Justice & the Union for Reform Judaism
This web resource provided by The Union for Reformed Judaism has compiled a variety of resources for congregational work on social justice, including worship materials, texts, blessings, and resources on particular topics and for community organizing.
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Pastoral Care in the Time of COVID-19
This curated list of resources helps faith leaders tend to unique circumstances such as mourning from a distance, virtual rituals, 12-step groups, domestic violence, and grief.
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Community Tool Box
This free web resource is a public service of the University of Kansas and its KU Work Group for Community Health and Development, and teaches the skills needed for building healthier communities by addressing topics such as leadership, finance, communication, and more.
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