Church of England formally approves women bishops

By Trevor Grundy / Religion News Service
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Twenty years after women were ordained as priests, the Church of England is set to appoint its first woman bishop by year’s end or at the start of… read more

5 things I'd do differently if raising my family again

By Ron Edmondson
What would I do differently if I were raising my family again? I’ve been asked several times recently for my advice on raising a family. The only advice I have is from… read more

The delicate politics of school holidays

By Hussein Rashid / Religion News Service
(RNS) The decision by the Montgomery County (Md.) Board of Education to remove religious names from school holidays, scrapping “Christmas” for “Winter… read more

7 things to remember when hosting a guest preacher

By Deborah Lewis
You know when someone invites you for dinner, and from the moment you arrive you feel thoroughly welcomed and properly hosted? I don’t mean stiff-but-proper Martha Stewart… read more

A Christian should lead Christians

By Tom Krattenmaker / USA Today
(RNS) Is the pope Catholic? Is the president of the Christian student club Christian? These questions might seem equal in their wry obviousness. They’re not. In the massive… read more

What is your church known for?

By Joseph Yoo
During the ratings dominating days of the talent finding reality show “American Idol,” my favorite part of the season was the beginning. I absolutely loved the awful… read more

Imagine What's Next: College students serving God and neighbor

By Brian Sigmon
We hear lots of gloom and doom around the topic of young people and the church. The usual articles focus on declining church involvement, decreased giving, and the rise of the… read more

Moving from a small mentality to a big, growing mentality

By Chad Holtz
This is a follow-up to last week’s article, “Can we stop making excuses for small churches?” My intention for writing that was not to suggest that churches of… read more

5 characteristics of antiquated leadership

By Ron Edmondson
What’s important in leadership has changed from when I entered the field of leadership. Have you noticed? Leadership principles and practices have had to change because… read more

Minister Myles Munroe killed in Bahamas plane crash

By Doug Stanglin / USA Today
(RNS) Myles Munroe, a prominent Christian minister from the Bahamas, and his wife, Ruth Munroe, were among nine people killed when a small plane crashed while attempting to land… read more

Out of style: What churches can learn from Abercrombie & Fitch

By Shane Raynor
While the church continues its handwringing over the purported mass exodus of millennials, Abercrombie & Fitch is quickly becoming a retail Titanic because it can’t… read more

10 steps to a great sermon

By Courtney T Ball
I come from a family line of preachers. I married the daughter of a preacher. I've heard a lot of sermons in my life, covering the spectrum from awe-inspiring to… read more
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