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November 14, 2016

What Now?

Some people are cheering. Some people are afraid. There are a whole host of reactions to the recent presidential election. […]

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Scott Hughes
July 12, 2016

A Letter to My Sister: Marriage is Not About Your Happiness

In the last blog, we explored the first three of six practical considerations for shifting from a traditional model to […]

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Scott Hughes
June 7, 2016

More implications for Adult Faith Formation

In the last blog, we explored the first three of six practical considerations for shifting from a traditional model to […]

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Scott Hughes
May 31, 2016

Engaging Adults in Formation (Part 1)

Over the last few blogs I’ve advocated for a more experiential faith formation aimed at the many seasons […]

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Scott Hughes
May 17, 2016

Making a Shift

The idea that adults are still developing and growing necessitates that churches shift out of the predominant educational model of […]

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Scott Hughes
May 10, 2016

Four Trends Affecting Ministry to Adults

Just as our views of adulthood are changing, so are our views about adolescence. Adolescence used to correspond roughly to […]

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Scott Hughes
May 3, 2016

Who Qualifies as an Adult?

By now you’ve probably seen memes like the one I’ve included about “adulting. […]

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Scott Hughes
April 26, 2016

Vibrant Faith’s Engaging Adults Workshop Review

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Engaging Adults Workshop produced by the fine folks at Vibrant Faith. […]

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Scott Hughes
February 23, 2016

“Whiteness” and Understanding Racism

by the Rev J. Patrick Lenox, Kane District Superintendent, Western Pennsylvania Conference // Dismantling racism is one of the Western […]

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Scott Hughes
February 1, 2016

Book Review: “Disunity in Christ” by Christena Cleveland

How often have you checked your phone while standing in line or sitting at a red light? In a moment […]

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Scott Hughes
September 28, 2015

“Under a Naked Sky” Reflection on Identity Formation

Determining our identity and our purpose seems elusive. Some seek fulfillment through work; others, through spirituality. Might religion, specifically United […]

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