Finding God in your Lucky Charms

By Tom Fuerst
A few weeks ago, I went into Walgreens to get a heating patch and some Bengay. After nearly a week of pain in my neck and shoulder and two chiropractor visits, I’d exhausted … read more

Quick links to the Research Library

By Ministry Matters
Quick links to the Research Library Here are just a few of the resources available... The New Interpreter's Bible One Volume CommentaryThe Abingdon New Testament Commentary:… read more

Rockets or not, Birthright still going to Israel

By Oren Dorell / USA Today
(RNS) Rocket fire from terrorists in Gaza may have scared off U.S. and European airlines, but Taglit-Birthright Israel is still sending thousands of young Jews to the famed summer … read more

Nursing home evangelism: Preaching at the last ‘bus stop to eternity’

By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (RNS) Rhonda Rowe and her team gathered around a diagram of the nursing home’s floor plan and determined how to split up to avoid praying with anyone twice… read more

Review: Please Don't Tell

By Valerie Craig
Secrets. They begin with small children cupping their hands around their mouths and leaning in close to whisper something meant for their mama's ears only. These sweet little… read more

Women against... women?

By Chelsen Vicari
Feminism is pro-woman, unless you are a woman who isn’t a feminist. Then you are a woman marginalized and demeaned by a throng of “pro-woman” feminists. This… read more

7 examples of lazy leadership practices

By Ron Edmondson
Laziness is a sin. “Whoever is lazy regarding his work is also a brother to the master of destruction.” (Proverbs 18:9) It’s also annoying. And ineffective in… read more

Do you have a place to be creative?

By Len Wilson
After reading Twyla Tharp’s “The Creative Habit,” I have decided to take my creative space seriously. I have one now but it stinks. (See above!) It’s not… read more

Saint Benedict: A man for all seasons

By Elizabeth J. Canham
How much is enough? In a culture that encourages acquisitiveness through an advertising industry that tells us we need more, better, and faster products, how can Christian… read more

Mental illness and spiritual evil

By Shane Raynor
USA Today has a story today about mental illness currently overwhelming the criminal justice system. The most recent numbers show that 56% of state prison inmates and 45% of… read more

3 spiritual lessons from the Tour de France

By Dudley Rutherford
If you had told me a couple of years ago that I would one day ride sixty to seventy miles on a road bicycle for fun, I don’t think I would have believed you. But years of… read more

Obama to employers: Notify workers if you’re dropping contraceptive coverage

By Richard Wolf / USA Today
WASHINGTON — Employers that intend to drop coverage for some or all forms of contraception in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision must notify… read more
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