NEWSLETTER

A Joint Publication of

CENTRE FOR RURAL COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP & MINISTRY
and the
CANADIAN RURAL CHURCH NETWORK


ARCHIVED Articles by Subject

Current Newsletter - June 2017

Click below for individual articles in June 2017 newsletter.

FAITH MATTERS

Change is Happening in Anglican Church of Canada
Indigenous Council elects bishop …

Village Values in a Global Society
Rural is a culture.  It is essential we name it as such, and identify its basic values …

Strong Roots, Great Shoots
Instead of complaining, find ways to develop
pride-of-place …

The Lay Academy
Education opportunities for lay ministers …

RURAL LIFE ISSUES

Olive Dickason:  Canada’s Greatest Aboriginal Historian
Olive Dickason proved her professors wrong when they dismissed her request to take up the study of Aboriginal history….

Muslim Christian Dialogue Encouraged
Different religious understandings can exist side-by-side …

DEVOTIONAL THOUGHTS

Words Matter
Find words to express our inter-connectedness …

The Miracle of Dialogue
Dialogue, Partnership and Reconciliation: vocabulary that makes a difference …

The Genetic Imprint of God
What is it that compels us to “reach toward the light!”

RURAL MINISTRY STORIES

Annora Brown Life and Legacy Project
Forgotten legacies can be found in many rural communities.  Bringing these inheritances back to life can be a challenging and exciting adventure….

CiRCLe M NEWS

The Folks “From Away”: A Hidden Treasure
 Finding bonds, bridges and links in rural communities…

Upcoming Course: Healthy Communities

Rural Ministry Resource Centre


Church and Community Crisis Response Training

 

Canadian Rural Church Network

International Rural Church Association (IRCA) Network Connections

LINKS

Country Preacher's Notes:  Reflections on the deep spiritual hunger and rich spiritual heritage that surrounds us in our rural communities 

 

Tips on How to Live with Respect in Creation
A column on thoughts, facts and practical suggestions for living sustainably

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