No integrity for Trump’s evangelical disciples. Sad!

By Jacob Lupfer / Religion News Service
(RNS) — “Daddy, who is that lady, Stormy?” My 5-year-old daughter asked the question a few weeks ago as we flipped past a news report about the president’s … read more

3 lessons from the Facebook fiasco

By Rabbi Evan Moffic
What is the Facebook fiasco? The company gathered information about us we did not choose to reveal. They sold that information to others. And now they know more about us —… read more

Can church leaders help reframe the gun debate?

By Lovett H. Weems, Jr.
Exemplary leaders develop the art of framing or reframing an issue. They learn that their first response to a contentious issue is not their personal position but rather how they… read more

Civil War in the Church

By Terence Corkin
A civil war in the church is offensive to the gospel and a rejection of the ministry of Jesus Christ. Yet what do we see in many places? We see Christians who hate each other, who … read more

The 19: Questions to Kindle a Wesleyan Spirit

By Carolyn C. Moore
Faultlines is a collection of resources intended to inform conversations around human sexuality within the United Methodist Church as the denomination prepares for the 2019… read more

What baseball can learn from religion

By Jacob Lupfer / Religion News Service
(RNS) — Our national game is in trouble. The Boys of Summer are back and another baseball season is underway, but the game is declining in popularity, losing ground to… read more

Finding hope in The UMC

By Matt Rawle, Juan Huertas, Katie McKay Simpson
Faultlines is a collection of resources intended to inform conversations around human sexuality within the United Methodist Church as the denomination prepares for the 2019… read more

How to avoid the epidemic killing our churches

By Scott McKenzie
An epidemic of biblical proportions is significantly impacting churches of today. Currently sweeping across the landscape of Christianity, this epidemic disables and ruins… read more

Who's Afraid of the Vile Practices?

By Nate Berneking
No one ever told me that ministry would be terrifying, at least not in the ways that I’ve found it to be so. In seminary, professors presented Scriptures or Church history… read more

Church of England goes cashless for worshippers’ contributions

By Catherine Pepinster / Religion News Service
LONDON (RNS) — Like the widow offering small coins at the Temple in Luke’s Gospel, Christians have long been encouraged to not only pray but also make a financial… read more

Love Local, and Partner Up

By Rosario Picardo
If you can dream it up, you can team it up. — Richie Norton Hundreds of people in our towns and cities are already doing God’s Kingdom work daily! As… read more

#deletefacebook and a post-social media world

By Randy Hardman
In the wake of a lot of controversy regarding corruption within social media data acquisition and the #deletefacebook trend sweeping the world, it’s a good time to revisit… read more
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