On immigration (and why some Christians should be ashamed)

By David Dorn
Immigration is a touchy issue right now. With the advent of tens of thousands of children who have made their way into the U.S., a lingering issue has been thrust to the headlines … read more

Living prayerfully

By Rueben P. Job
Scripture Sentence He was praying in a certain place, and after he had finished, one of his disciples said to him; "Lord, teach us to pray." Luke 11:1 Scripture Readings *Luke… read more

Church of England set to vote on women bishops

By Trevor Grundy / Religion News Service
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Women’s rights activists greeted with delight signs the Church of England is poised to relent and allow women to be consecrated as bishops… read more

Space to breathe

By Joseph Yoo
In "God Was In This Place and I, I Did Not Know" Rabbi Lawrence Kushner writes about the holiest part of the Temple — a room so sacred that only the High Priest could enter… read more

Pope Francis meets U.S. televangelists

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / Religion News Service
(RNS) What does it take to produce the first-ever papal high-five? A meeting with American televangelists, apparently. The gesture came during a three-hour meeting of Pope Francis … read more

‘Revival’ live webinar

By Ministry Matters
We'll be interviewing Pastor Adam Hamiton live on August 7 at 3pm ET about his latest project, Revival. We'll discuss his travels to England where he followed the life of John… read more

The blood moon and the end times

By Ed Trimmer
The conversation at the back pew between visitors at the church was about whether as Christians we should be pre millennialists or post millennialists (also referred to by Alister … read more

Busloads of turned-back immigrants, an image of shame

By Mary Ann Walsh / Religion News Service
(RNS) Sometimes a picture says it all. Consider the 1963 picture of fire hoses and snarling police dogs in Birmingham, Ala., used against African-American students protesting… read more

Zacchaeus: Honest and Tall

By Dave Barnhart
In Jewish tradition, Scripture is not merely read and applied: it is debated and examined from multiple angles. Like a gem, the sages say, “The Torah has seventy… read more

Twice-told tales

By Richard P. Heitzenrater
The Wesleyan Story One of nineteen children born to Samuel and Susannah Wesley was John Benjamin Wesley, named for two of his deceased siblings. When he was six, John was… read more

Why you need a production calendar

By Chad Brooks
I learned a huge lesson this last week that will change your ministry. The funny thing was it already applied to this episode. Isn’t it great how things work like that? In… read more

Time and Faith

By Jim Hawkins
The Missed Day Can you imagine missing a day, moving from Thursday to Saturday without experiencing any of Friday? The people of Samoa not only can imagine it, they have done it… read more
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