Did Methuselah Die in the Flood of Noah?

By Clay Morgan
The new Noah film shows Noah's grandfather Methuselah surviving until the days of the Great Flood that wiped out mankind. Where did that idea come from? The answer is simple math… read more

The Growing Season

By Dave Barnhart
Today, people eat locally for a variety of reasons: to support local growers, to choose healthier options, or to reduce their impact on the environment. These are all lifestyle… read more

Does Church Membership Matter Anymore?

By Shane Raynor, Adam Thomas, Joseph Yoo
Live Webcast from Thursday May 15, 2014 What does formal church membership mean in the 21st century? Is it still relevant or is it a relic that needs to be discarded or… read more

Prophetic and Subversive

By Hal Hamilton
When you think of youth ministry, what sort of words come to mind? I have a list. Incarnational, shepherding, privilege are three pretty close to the top. But I have some that are … read more

Teaching Bible Study Skills in a Seminary Setting: A Disciplined Knowledge for the Shared Life of Faith

By Jaime Clark-Soles
Knowledge. Skills. Habits. Capacities. I aim toward the development of each as I teach New Testament. I train future pastors to develop the same attributes in the congregation. I… read more

Ministry Matters Group Subscriptions

By Ministry Matters
Anyone serving the study needs of multiple users knows that it is difficult if not impossible to find multi-user access to high-quality reference and study works online for a… read more

Looking Over Loss

By Eric Van Meter
When my wife and I decided in April to move to Dakota Wesleyan University, we were too numb to feel much beyond relief. After months of grief and uncertainty, it just felt good to … read more

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego

By Kimberly Dunnam Reisman
Do you know where the climax is in the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego? Hint: It's not the miracle that happens inside the fiery furnace. Join author and Bible teacher… read more

Naming Jacob: The Power of Words

By Jessica LaGrone
Words are powerful, and we should be mindful of that when we speak them over our friends, our family, and especially our children. This clip is from Jessica Lagrone's teaching… read more

You Are Here: Locating Your Call Through Bible Study

By Heather Williams
I've been asked many times how I arrived "here" at this place in my life. How did I start serving as an ordained elder in The United Methodist Church? Through many twists and… read more

It Takes a Greenhouse

By Hal Hamilton
"It takes a greenhouse to nurture the souls of young people—a greenhouse formed by adults who want to know God. A young person's faith is best tended by a variety of… read more

Christian Leaders Say Middle East Christians Must Not Be Forgotten

By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
WASHINGTON (RNS) Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox leaders joined forces on Wednesday (May 7) to call for an end to the silence over persecuted Christian communities in Egypt… read more
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