Healing and spiritual warfare

By Judith MacNutt
Judith MacNutt talks with Seedbed.com about Christian healing and spiritual warfare. read more

Dangerous dreamers

By Wendy Joyner
Genesis 37:1-28 The story of Jacob’s family would make a wonderful television miniseries. As we read the tale of the twelve sons of Jacob, we can see so many elements of the … read more

Become a heretic for a while

By Marc Cortez
I recently spent several hours trying to convince a class that Arius was right, the Son is not equal with the Father, and Athanasius blew it. So we looked at all the biblical data … 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

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

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

8 things the church needs to say

By Tom Ehrich / Religion News Service
(RNS) If Christians stopped bickering about church, presenting sex as a first-order concern, telling other people how to lead their lives and lending our name to minor-league… read more

The death of Archie... and innocence

By Shane Raynor
My childhood was full of comic books — Spiderman, Superman, Richie Rich, Casper… and Archie. When you’re a kid, you really look up to teenagers, and I related… read more

Church of England kicks the devil out of baptism rite

By Trevor Grundy / Religion News Service
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) While Christians waited to learn whether the Church of England would approve the consecration of women bishops, the church’s governing body — … read more

Introverted pastors: Be extroverted on Sunday

By Ron Edmondson
I have a strong word of encouragement to the introverted pastor. Be extroverted on Sunday. You can do it. Every time I post about introversion I hear from pastors and church… read more
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