NEWSLETTER

A Joint Publication of

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


ARCHIVED Articles by Subject

Current Newsletter - May 2014 (236 KB)

Click below for individual articles in May 2014 newsletter.

FAITH MATTERS

Cheque, Please
To attract young families and build infrastructure, a community in B.C. needed investors...

From Small Beginnings
From small beginnings can come great things...

The Impact of Global Christianity
It is especially important for Christian Northerners to understand the new expressions of Christianity evolving in the global South...

Climate Change and the Church
The Church is affected because of climate change...

 

RURAL LIFE ISSUES

First Nations' Worldview
Oblate priest reminds us that First Nations worldview is a gift to the church...

2014 Western Rural Church Conference

Agents of Change
When communities and congregations are shrinking,  the church can be an icon of grace and hope and change...

Caring For The Mentally Ill
A small Flemish town has a unique mission.

Strong Roots, Great Shoots
Strong roots for our rural youth...

Seven Errors To Avoid if You Want Your Ministry to Last

 

DEVOTIONAL THOUGHTS

The Knots Prayer

The Symphony of Creation

The Sewing Circle

Through Women’s Eyes

 

RURAL MINISTRY STORIES

About Worms and Such
Treasures found in God's world...

The Meals That Heal
Have you ever wondered who made the original suggestions? Or how it evolved to become Trinity’s ‘one excellent mission’?  That’s what this is all about …

The Mystic of Story-telling
 An affirmation for all the story-tellers in our midst.

 

CiRCLe M NEWS

Church and Community Crisis Response Training

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

International Rural Church Association (IRCA) Conference July 2014

 

LINKS

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CiRCLe M links to rural community resources

Tips on how to live with respect in creation

Arthur Rank Resource Centre

 

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In future, we would love to hear some of your stories about how your rural or remote congregation has worked to make your community a better place.  How would your community be different if you weren't there?  As you share what you've done, it will spark ideas for others. Please contact us if you would like to share a story.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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