Good news about sharing the good news

By Dave Barnhart
I feel like I’m twelve years old, riding through my neighborhood on bikes with my buddies. The click of gears, the occasional laughter, the roar of wind in my ears on a nice … read more

Across America, silent vigils in Michael Brown’s memory

By Trevor Hughes / USA Today
(RNS) In cities large and small, people across America came together to silently remember Michael Brown, a teen none knew in life but whose death Saturday sparked a wave of unrest … read more

After the Ferguson protests, church volunteers pick up the pieces

By Lilly Fowler / St. Louis Post-Dispatch
FERGUSON, Mo. (RNS) On the fourth morning after Michael Brown’s death, residents from different parts of the region came together to pick up the pieces. Some were young… read more

Sweeping away the clutter: Q&A with Bill Hybels

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / Religion News Service
(RNS) Clutter influences the way you work, the way you live and the state of your soul, too, argues megachurch pastor Bill Hybels. Hybels has written a new book, “Simplify:… read more

Organizing ministry with systems

By Chad Brooks
Welcome to the 19th episode of The Productive Pastor. I have a great interview in place for you today with Michael Lukaszewski focusing on systems. This is a topic I have been… read more

Why I don’t think suicide is a selfish, faithless 'choice'

By Tina Fox
(Note: Before you read this, if you know me and need me to be or remain on any kind of pedestal for some reason, please stop reading now. This is a very real, raw, painful, messy… read more

How to contextualize the gospel

By Russell West
If 70% of the world's population doesn't get its information through literacy, could it be that the methods we're using to reach them with the gospel need to be… read more

Has humanity entered a new depth of degradation?

By Tom Ehrich / Religion News Service
(RNS) I was scanning my Facebook news feed when I read articles about murders in Iraq. It seems Islamic extremists in Syria are using beheadings and crucifixions to intimidate… read more

Someone tell the president: Iraqi Christians are dying

By Kirsten Powers / USA Today
(RNS) It’s starting to seem as if the Obama White House operates on a time delay. In the case of Iraq’s religious minorities, the results have been deadly. On June 10, … read more

The heart of the matter

By David C. Hockett
Matthew 16:13-20 “Who do you say that I am?” (Matthew 16:15). Jesus puts the question directly to his disciples. After asking what the crowds say about him—the… read more

7 easy ways to put a ‘Not Welcome’ sign on your church

By Ron Edmondson
I was running recently on a route I’ve run many times, but I missed this sign until this particular run. It was too “good” not to stop and take a picture with my … read more

My top 10 must-haves for college students

By Dan Boone
Ah, August. Summer’s winding down as retail store aisles fill up with pencils, markers, and glue. Ask any parent what’s top of their mind these days and I guarantee… read more
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