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Step by Step

Posted by Liz Perraud at

Liz PerraudExecutive DirectorGenOn Ministries     Nearly five years ago, I hiked a portion of The Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) in Northern Spain. It was the most difficult prolonged thing I’ve ever done (except maybe parenting), but so worth it. I had limited knowledge of the weather, limited luggage space, and limited room for day-packing with no access to the rest of my stuff until dinnertime. It was a discipline in deciding on the basics—sturdy, comfortable shoes and socks, layers of clothing, rain gear, water, cash. The basics included more than what I packed. The basics were...

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Introducing John Roberto, Our New GenOn Board Member

Posted by Liz Perraud at

It is our honor to share that John Roberto has accepted a call to serve on the GenOn Ministries Board of Directors. John is on the leadership team of Vibrant Faith Ministries where he serves as the coordinator of training services and the Vibrant Faith Institute. 

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Two Questions: John Roberto

Posted by Tracey Daniels at

  John RobertoVibrant Faith       In each edition of GenOn Connect, we will ask one member of the GenOn Ministries Advisory Council the same two questions about intergenerational ministry: “What keeps you up at night?” and “What gets you up in the morning?” What keeps you up at night? We know that intergenerational relationships and community life are essential for nurturing and sustaining a life of Christian faith and discipleship—in the young and in the old. Research is now providing evidence of the enduring importance of intergenerational experiences for the formation of faith in the younger generations, as...

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Two Questions: Dawn Rundman

Posted by Tracey Daniels at

I care deeply about the ways that the church supports early childhood development. These first years matter so much in developing healthy brains and healthy bodies.  I see young children facing an array of stressors, from inadequate nutrition to unsafe housing to caregivers who are in the habit of being only partially present because of the complex demands on their time and attention. 

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Hands

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My favorite hand of all though came from a 4 (and a half!) year old...

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