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Only You Can Start Forest Fires: Reduction as Resilience

In 1935 the United States Forest Service (USFS) instituted a policy called the “10 a.m. policy.” Already using fire suppression as the way of dealing with devastating wildfires for two decades, the 10 a.m. policy was instituted in response to particularly bad fire seasons in the early 1930s. This order mandated that “ every fire


Resilience: Practices Self-Facilitated Retreat Guide

We invite you to download our new Self-Facilitated Retreat Guide to foster Practices of Resilience. This is not another daily devotional to add to your list of things to do. It is a flexible, self-paced mini-retreat that can be done on your own time, at your own pace, wherever you are. You can do this


8 Ways to Care for Your Pastor

Did you know that October is Pastor Appreciation Month? Now more than ever, pastors need support. A number of external stressors, such as increasing job demands, financial stress, and community division, are placed on pastors that contribute to feelings of overwhelm and burnout. How can our congregations and communities step up to relieve some of