Some Arizona churches to defy migrants’ deportation, offer them sanctuary

By USA Today Network
PHOENIX — Several Arizona churches are preparing to offer refuge to Central American migrants after the Department of Homeland Security launched an effort over the weekend… read more

Kansas pastor comes out during sermon

By Heather Hahn / United Methodist News Service
A United Methodist pastor came out to her Kansas congregation during a Jan. 3 sermon in this year’s first public action aimed at influencing the 2016 General Conference… read more

Kenya's Garissa University reopens nine months after massacre

By Fredrick Nzwili / Religion News Service
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) Faculty and administrators at Garissa University College returned to work Monday (Jan. 4), nine months after a bloody massacre of mainly Christian students by … read more

Why 'the evangelical voter' doesn’t mean anything

By Trevin Wax / Religion News Service
(RNS) It feels like stating the obvious to say that “evangelical voters” are not a monolith that can be reliably relied upon by any politician. But what should go… read more

Why do we all have to lose weight?

By Christy Thomas
I suppose it is a silly question: here in the U.S., we do tend to the avoirdupois body-styles. But still, it is January 4, and I feel like I’m drowning in lose-weight-now… read more

5 suggestions to help you worry less

By Ron Edmondson
Worry is like a plague to our body. It attacks our mind, then our heart, and over time, it can consume our overall health. Wouldn’t it be great to never worry again?… read more

Faith resolutions for 2016

By Samantha Tidball
The new year 2016 is upon us, and now's the time to make a resolution if you haven’t already. Some people use resolutions as a time to set personal goals or to better… read more

2015: Looking back / looking forward

By Alex Joyner
How do you measure a year? In “Seasons of Love,” the centerpiece song of the Broadway musical Rent, lyricist Jonathan Larson asks us to consider, “Five hundred… read more

Incarnation is squishy

By Dave Barnhart
Being an adult is not for the squeamish. If I had to estimate the amount of time as a total number of days I will have spent cleaning up bodily fluids at the end of my life… read more

Moving into 2016: God is with us

By Rose Taylor
A year consists of 12 months, 52 weeks, 365 days, 8,760 hours, 525,600 minutes, and more than 31,000,000 seconds. World, national, state and local events currently are being… read more

The Christmas Trinity

By Matt Rawle
The Nativity story is a play in three acts revealing to us God’s essence. In the first act Luke sets the story squarely in a real place and time. “In those days a… read more

If the goals you set for the new year fail, this could be why

By Len Wilson
I am excited about setting some creative goals for the new year. In previous years, a lot of my big plans carried over, but this year, I feel a sense of division and newness and… read more
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