Gather, Discover, Scatter: For the Sake of the World

By Michelle Funk
Women want true community in church, a place to feel safe—not entirely comfortable, but accepted, valued, and recognized. Women hope to leave as different people than the… read more

ReClaimed: Telling the Truth with James Alison (Part 1)

By ReClaimed Podcast
Charles and Gregg are joined by James Alison for a discussion about reclaiming the concepts of truth and reconciliation in our world's divisive moment. James Alison is a… read more

Martyrdom and Christian faith

By Peter Surran
Silence In the early 1950s, Japanese writer Shusaku Endo encountered an exhibit in the art museum in Nagasaki that challenged him and inspired him to write the book that’s… read more

Hope is a Who

By Gregg Taylor
The first order to being human is to get your Who right, someone has said. The beginning of everything is Who. Not What. Not How. Not When. Not Where. Not even Why. What, how… read more

Faithful discipleship in a time of turbulence

By Kenneth H. Carter, Jr.
The core of the teaching of Jesus Christ is the Beatitudes. At the heart of these words, which frame the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7), is a reversal of the… read more

Declining clergy influence, Spider-Man, Facebook and fake news

By Shane Raynor
On this episode of News and Religion: Are pastors losing credibility and influence in America? A new study says yes. Plus, another study suggests that Facebook makes us more… read more

Should churches discuss politics?

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
It’s on everyone’s minds. It’s all over the news. Millions of women took to the streets to make their voices heard. Should churches join in the political talk or … read more

7 reasons to use seat back cards

By Richard Rogers
If you want to maximize participation in electronic giving, a seat back (or pew pocket) card is an essential tool for your church. These laminated cards should be double-sided and … read more

Is 'pro-life feminism' a contradiction in terms?

By Kira Schlesinger
In advance of this past weekend’s Women’s Marches around the globe, a controversy emerged between the official organizers of the march and a “pro-life… read more

Love In A Big World: Worldview

By Tamara Fyke
On Monday, January 16, 2017, we celebrated the life & legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; on Friday, January 20, 2017, we observed the inauguration of the 45th… read more

Controversial megachurch Bishop Eddie Long dies at 63

By Tim Darnell / USA Today Network
LITHONIA, Ga. (USA Today) Bishop Eddie Long, pastor of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, died Sunday (Jan. 15). In a statement, the church confirmed Long's death from… read more

'Nones' and belief

By Jeanne Torrence Finley
None of the above Possibly the most conspicuous trend in American religion in recent years has been the increasing percentage of adults who are “nones,” people who… read more
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