At TMF, we believe that every movement for change starts with a conversation. When we really listen to each other, we discover new perspectives and explore possibilities. It changes the ways we think and behave. We hope our resources will inspire you to have a conversation, to wrestle with a new idea, to share your experience, your passion, your questions with someone or a few people.
Zoom Fatigue and Falling Livestream Numbers by Rev. Blair Thompson-White: "Online church is not a substitute for church or a supplement to church, it is real church because real people are online...
The Poet and the Temple Person by Rev. Gil Rendle: "As I work on this writing, the daily newspaper has an article saying that it will be two years before it will be safe to have congregational singing in churches, even after we can return to gathering. The old normal is gone, the new normal is not yet to be seen...
TMF gathers leaders together in learning communities because we believe their capacity for sustained impact is heightened when they are networked with other leaders and emboldened through peer learning and support.
Hear how TMF is empowering leaders...
When Rev. Eddie Rivera was a 15-year-old growing up in Mexico, he was a fourth-generation…Learn More
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How do I support TMF Leadership Ministry?
When you give to TMF’s Leadership Ministry, you are making an investment in innovation, peer-learning opportunities, and courageous conversations. We empower leaders to be creative and resilient risk-takers, who will shape the church with an expanded imagination.