New Year's Visitors

By Jessica Miller Kelley
New Year's resolutions are a celebration of good intentions. Some we stick with, some we don't, but the goal is always to make changes that we know are good for us, even if they… read more

Good All the Time

By Ronnie McBrayer
I heard humorist Jack Handey say that you should never criticize someone until you walk a mile in his or her shoes. Then, when you do criticize them, "You are a mile away and have … read more

Faith of the Walking Dead

By Clay Morgan
How would you view God if the world as you knew it ended? Have you been there? AMC's popular show The Walking Dead introduces a group of characters wrestling with the Almighty in… read more

Church for the Unaffiliated

By James K. Wellman, Jr.
The American religious landscape is experiencing some fundamental changes. The recent Pew Report highlights findings that question many of the assumptions that previous religious… read more

Exorcism and the Church

By Shane Raynor
After publishing a few posts in the Supernatural October series, I've noticed a little trend. People seem to be more interested in ghosts than demons. Most Christians don't like… read more

What Are Demons?

By Shane Raynor
In the twenty-first century Western world, believing in demons or evil spirits seems almost quaint and superstitious. Malevolent supernatural beings are thought by some to only… read more

Is Paul a moral relativist in Romans 14:13-23?

By Morgan Guyton
I really was trying to stay out of trouble by sticking to the daily office readings as the source of my blog material for a little while. But the daily office reading for today… read more

The Big One

By Kevin Alton
Somewhere on some sports team's schedule at your local high school is a game that is considered "the big game." If the team loses all the rest of its games but wins that one, so… read more

Jesus Is My Candidate

By Morgan Guyton
A beautiful wind is blowing through the body of Christ in our country right now even as American Christianity seems to be split between a side that's in decline and a side that is … read more

The Time Has Come

By Thomas Lane Butts
Luke 1:39-56 The birth of Jesus is, no doubt, the most joyous and celebrated of all holidays in our culture. Families get together, gifts are exchanged, and a good time is usually … read more

Review: Making the Most of the Lectionary

By Patricia Farris
This book is not what you think. Given the title, if you are a lectionary preacher, you might well expect to find here handy preaching tips to give direction and depth to a year… read more

Does the Bible Contradict Itself?

By Robert A. Ratcliff
In the church where I grew up, claiming that the Bible contradicted itself was the second-worst thing you could say (the worst thing was to suggest that everybody, not just our… read more
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