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Reformatted: Reexamining Sexuality

August 1, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Elim Church

Transform Minnesota is thrilled to announce Reexamining Sexuality – Reformatted! In August we will present Reexamining Sexuality in a one day conference.

Love Them First

August 16, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wooddale Church Loring Park Campus

Join Transform Minnesota for an evening to honor educators across the Twin Cities, and hear a story of true inspiration, heartbreak, perseverance and the power of love.

Conflict Management

September 25, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Transform Minnesota

As Christian leaders, you are tasked to model civil discourse in ways that are not often seen in our culture today.

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Being a Trauma Informed Church

At our Trauma Informed training on June 26, 2019 held at Sanctuary Covenant Church, we looked into how Christian communities can heal unseen wounds. The Church is uniquely positioned to be a healing presence for the growing number of trauma survivors we serve in our communities.

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Pastor’s Column: Blessing the ‘Rest’ of Your Life

"Ministry is demanding. Serving the Lord and others can be like a roller coaster with its ups and downs. Therefore, prioritizing personal time weekly and extended time seasonally to unplug from the demands for some personal soul care is not only important, but a necessity," writes Bill Goodwin.

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Pastor's Column: Who Benefits from a Pastoral Sabbatical?

In the overall life and ministry of a church, the gift of a pastoral sabbatical is a relatively small thing, and yet the benefits it reaps are abundant and lasting. Rev. Christian Ruch writes about who all benefits from a pastoral sabbatical.

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Pastor's Column: Sabbath Reminds us that God is God (and we are not)

"Sabbath is the only one of the Ten Commandments that we brush off as not really that important. But it’s the longest and most descriptive commandment, the hinge words between how we relate to God and how we relate to each other. It’s not a throw-away comment. One day in seven, God says, you stop all work, because you are not to be defined by your output. You are all simply and completely human beings, alongside one another, all beloved children of God," writes Rev. Kara Root, Lead Pastor at Lake Nokomis Presbyterian Church in Minneapolis.

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