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Three Minute Ministry Mentor (3MMM) offers you resources for learning and deepening your practice of ministry. Our weekly episodes will both inform and inspire your learning in practice. And we invite you to take time to notice, appreciate, and wonder how you are growing and changing in practice.
We think ministry learning matters because it shapes how you respond to a broken and beautiful world with love and justice. In other words, we invite you to be on this journey of embodying pastoral imagination in your ministry and work in the world.
Every week, Season Three of 3MMM brings you newly captioned videos, author interviews, featured ministers, and lots more! Additionally we love giving away cool ministry stuff, so watch for it!
Integrity. Congruence. Consistency. What is preaching without integrity? Not much. This week we are continuing our focus on the practice of preaching as we support the NeverthelessShePreached Conference. We are celebrating preaching by women and LGBTIQA+ clergy in lots of…Read More
“Here is the world. Beautiful and terrible things will happen. Don’t be afraid.” ― Frederick Buechner This is the kind of week when many terrible things are happening. In New Orleans and southern Louisiana. In Afghanistan. In Southern California. And…Read More
Collaboration. Listening. Getting around life’s brick walls. Understanding identity. Adapting to new places and situations. Each of these moments are part of the everyday work of ministry. Recently, I sat down with three new pastors. When we gathered on zoom,…Read More
This week, Three Minute Ministry Mentor Host, Eileen Campbell-Reed is away on vacation with her family. However, recently Eileen shared a conversation with Jessica Anschutz of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership. Today we want to share that conversation with…Read More
What is the most Important question someone ever asked you? Or short of that, what is the question someone asked you that changed the direction of your life? One of the questions I continue to return to comes from poet,…Read More