CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle recently shared his thoughts about the coming of Spring and the opportunity it presents for renewal and hope for our country. His Unite Rochester blog, "Learning a Lesson from Spring Time", was published in the Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle on April 1, 2016 and appeared in print in the April 10 edition.
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In a Unite Rochester blog post published in the Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle on March 1, 2016, CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle asks, "Over and over again in the last few months, groups of Americans have been energized by the phrase 'Make America Great Again.' This term begs the question of when in its past America had been great, what happened to cause America to lose that greatness it had at that time, and what America will look like when it becomes great again?"
Read and comment on Dr. McMickle's full post here: http://blogs.democratandchronicle.com/unite/2016/03/01/what-does-it-mean-to-make-america-great-again/
Margaret Mancuson, a minister and contributor to the online ministry forum Church Central, recently reviewed CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle's book,Caring Pastors, Caring People: Equipping your Church for Pastoral Care (2011, Judson).
Ms. Mancuson says, "Grounded in Scripture and in decades of ministry experience, this is a book worth reading by every pastor."
Read her review here: http://www.churchcentral.com/blogs/the-secret-of-pastoral-care-its-not-just-for-the-pastor-book-review/
Dr. McMickle's books are available for purchase at the CRCDS bookstore. For more information, call Marge Nead at (585)340-9601.
The Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle published CRCDS President Dr. Marvin A. McMickle's latest Unite Rochester blog on January 23, 2016.
Dr. McMickle expressed frustration over the lack of diversity in Rochester television news anchors.
To read the article in full, and/or to comment on the piece, please click here:
News media and political pundits have been speculating for months about the potential effect that "evangelical Christians" will have on the upcoming 2016 Presidential election.
In a recent Unite Rochester blog post, Dr. McMickle says, "I am writing to clarify the way in which the word evangelical is being misused and distorted in this and so many other election seasons . . . the word evangelical carries absolutely no political connotation whatsoever."
Dr. McMickle's blog post was published online in the Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle on January 13, 2016. To read it, click here: