How superstition may thwart Ebola's eradication in Guinea

By Fredrick Nzwili / Religion News Service
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) Church leaders in West Africa are raising concerns over sporadic violence that has killed one of their own and frustrated efforts to stem the Ebola epidemic… read more

‘Left Behind’: Examining the ‘rapture’ texts

By Randall Hardman
In part one of this two part series, I covered the historical development of "the Rapture" and suggested that despite incredible current popular belief in the doctrine, the notion … read more

The grace of storm chasing

By Clifton Stringer
At the risk of alienating large segments of the Ministry Matters audience, I'm going to continue our conversation on Adam Hamilton's Revival: Faith as Wesley Lived It with a… read more

Think of these

By Victor Shepherd
Philippians 4:1-9 Everyone needs encouragement, if only because the occasions of discouragement (loss of heart, loss of confidence, loss of conviction) are endless. It seems that… read more

Why ‘Left Behind’ should be... left behind

By Randall Hardman
On October 3, theaters across the country will be lowering their screens for the much talked about reboot of “Left Behind,” a film installment based upon the popular… read more

The 7 billion rule

By Dave Barnhart
There a seven billion people, give or take, alive on the planet. If you could give every single one of them a one-second handshake, it would take you 221 years without rest, give… read more

Pope Francis to Jews: We’re all under attack now

By Josephine McKenna / Religion News Service
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Christians are suffering the same “savage attacks” once suffered by Jews, Pope Francis told a delegation of prominent Jewish leaders, according to… read more

Yale chaplain’s resignation reflects larger mainline tensions over Israel

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / Religion News Service
When an Episcopal chaplain at Yale University seemed to suggest that Jews were culpable for Israel’s actions against Palestinians and a related rise in global anti-Semitism, … read more

Dying to live—Losing in order to win

By Guy Ames
Philippians 3:4b-14 Mildred always dressed like a rainbow. Not a particularly attractive woman, she wore designer clothes, pounds of makeup, and offered her faith to everyone she… read more

How to destroy a massive to-do list

By Chad Brooks
Have you ever almost shut down from the stress of losing control of your to-do list? Don’t lie. You have. We all have. In this episode of The Productive Pastor I share… read more

Walls fall down: Overcoming challenges

By Shane Raynor, Dudley Rutherford
Shane Raynor has a conversation with Dudley Rutherford, senior pastor of Shepherd of the Hills Church, a 10,000 member congregation in Los Angeles. Topics include principles… read more

Bible Study: Week of October 12, 2014

By Keeping Holy Time
Old Testamemt: Exodus 32:1-14 How quickly they had forgotten! Almost immediately upon receiving the law the people of Israel turned their backs on the same God who had delivered… read more
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