God So Loved

By Jerrod Hugenot
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life.” I have trouble with… read more

Survey Finds Growth, Vitality in Multisite Church Model

By Adelle M. Banks
(RNS) The vast majority of multisite churches are growing, according to a new study, and they are seeing more involvement from lay people and newcomers after they open an… read more

Review: City of God: Faith in the Streets

By Jerrod Hugenot
The Episcopal writer and lay minister Sara Miles writes remarkable books. A journalist by training, Miles writes of her spiritual life experienced particularly through her… read more

Introducing Change

By Ed Trimmer
When should change be initiated in a local church? Perhaps you have heard the adage you should wait at least a year until you get to know the people. I find, especially as an… read more

New Medieval Bible Meditation: Abram and Christ

By Clifton Stringer
Second Sunday in Lent Genesis 12:1-4 (Roman Catholic); Genesis 12:1-4a (Revised Common); Genesis 12:1-8 (Episcopal) At the literal level, this Scripture shows God’s… read more

Morning Joe and Civility in the Twilight Zone

By Shane Raynor
I’m a news junkie. I follow scores of news sources online, and I watch five cable news channels—MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, BBC World News, and Al Jazeera America. My… read more
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