Late nights

By Kassandra Heinrich, Bethel Seminary St. Paul Even though I’ve cut coffee out of my diet after 3:00 pm (a big change from my law school days) I often find myself up in the middle of the night. My mind will be turning. My heart will be racing. And I’m desperate to find some peace and… Continue reading Late nights

Work as a catalyst for millennial outreach

By Caitlyn Stenerson, Bethel Seminary St. Paul Walk into any given American church this Sunday and you’re bound to see generations gathering for worship, service, and teaching. One generation, however, is missing: Millennials. The statistics surrounding millennial religious participation are dismal, at best: 1 out of 4 millennials are unaffiliated with any faith tradition. Less… Continue reading Work as a catalyst for millennial outreach