Christianity and the problem of common sense

By Zack Hunt
I will never forget that day as long as I live. There I was, innocently standing in line at the grocery store, bill paid and preparing to make my exit when I looked down and… read more

The right answers to the right questions

By David Staal
In recent years, a unique question captured church attention across the nation. Many congregational leaders, popular speakers and passionate pastors sought to startle faith… read more

A frog must jump: Or how we always end up following our passion

By Rabbi Evan Moffic
A good friend of mine is a highly successful entrepreneur. He also happens to be a rabbi. We met in rabbinical school. At the time he planned to lead a congregation, as I do now… read more

Two Lutheran seminaries to close and reopen as new school

By G. Jeffrey MacDonald / Religion News Service
(RNS) Two Lutheran seminaries in Pennsylvania are planning to close and launch together a new school of theology in 2017 with hopes of slashing costs and reversing years of… read more

Ultimate values

By Mike Slaughter
The third Monday in January has been labeled by some as “Blue Monday,” considered to be the most depressing day of the year. It turns out that the formula that was… read more

Anglican leaders downplay censure of U.S. Episcopal Church

By Trevor Grundy / Religion News Service
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) The Anglican Communion’s worldwide leaders, finishing up four days of heated discussions, sought to project a sense of unity despite a move to… read more

Episcopal Church suspended from full participation in Anglican Communion

By Kimberly Winston / Religion News Service
(RNS) The Anglican Communion voted to censure its American branch, the Episcopal Church, during a meeting in Canterbury, England, called to reflect on the future of the … read more

7 things every leader needs to quit immediately

By Ron Edmondson
I’ve often wished I could say something to every leader. Some things I’ve learned the hard way. I generally share things leaders should do, but today I thought… read more

Church court convicts pastor of sexual misconduct

By Heather Hahn / United Methodist News Service
A church court removed a pastor’s credentials in The United Methodist Church late Jan. 12 after he was found guilty of sexual misconduct. The Rev. Errol Leslie, who formerly … read more

Kenyans protest new rules requiring clergy to hold theological degrees

By Fredrick Nzwili / Religion News Service
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) A government plan to regulate religious groups is shaping into a bitter fight, with Christian and Muslim leaders protesting that it tramples over religious… read more

Archbishop Justin Welby: 'Reconciliation doesn’t always mean agreement'

By Trevor Grundy / Religion News Service
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Various factions within the Anglican Communion are jockeying for position as bishops of the world’s third-largest Christian tradition gather in… read more

5 secret objections to change

By Ron Edmondson
In the world of change, I’ve learned there are some common objections. I’ve previously written objections people use to criticize change, but in this post, I’m… read more
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