Caring About the Community
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Caring About the Community

Come join us as we reach out to those who are lost, alone, and seeking a strong love in life. Be one of the individuals that want to care for your community.

MENTAL HEALTH AND THE CHURCH
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MENTAL HEALTH AND THE CHURCH

You are never alone – Poor mental health can make us feel ashamed and alone. The reality is that two-thirds of us suffer from some form of mental health problem, and the more we talk about it and are honest, the easier it becomes for people to get the help they need.

THE BURDEN OF DEPRESSION: BEAUTY IN THE BROWNS
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THE BURDEN OF DEPRESSION: BEAUTY IN THE BROWNS

I’ve come to realize that sometimes pain is a gift, that sadness and even suffering can be a positive if they make us stronger or help us grow. Our awful, sorrowful hurt can also be an instrument of healing.

Start a New Way of Living
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Start a New Way of Living

There is something going on for everyone, God is reaching out to each and everyone to see the value of what he has for you in this life and the after. It is time for each of us to stand firm, hear his voice, accept his calling and step up and know that he is there for us all.

Churches prioritize responsible outreach during a pandemic
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Churches prioritize responsible outreach during a pandemic

Churches around the country are wrestling with the issue of how to re-engage regular churchgoers whose attendance has trailed off during the pandemic. In September, LifeWay Research found most pastors said their congregation had less than 70 percent of its pre-COVID crowds.

Students Engage with Local Community
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Students Engage with Local Community

As Ability Tree works to meet a need in the community, the JBU student body is doing what it can to meet the needs of the organization. Through classroom assignments, volunteer opportunities and outreach ministries, John Brown University is seeking to engage with the community that surrounds it.

Telling the Gospel Through Story
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Telling the Gospel Through Story

My listeners peppered me with questions, and we discussed them one by one. Most often I asked them a question in return, and they found themselves answering their own questions based on what they'd already learned. Sometimes I said, "That will be answered in an upcoming story."