Coptic bishop seeks support from evangelicals

By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
WASHINGTON (RNS) Bishop Angaelos, a U.K.-based leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church, stood before the media holding up a thick report on “genocide” in the Middle East… read more

Top o' the morning!

By Tiffany Manning
This coming Thursday is Saint Patrick’s Day, a day when we celebrate the heritage and culture of the Irish. Although commercially this holiday focuses on shamrocks and… read more

A purpose to everything under the sun, including marijuana

By Steve Rabey / Religion News Service
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (RNS) Four years ago, an evangelical Christian family entered Colorado’s booming medical marijuana marketplace and developed an extract called… read more

Thoughtful pastor: The final judgment and church demands

By Christy Thomas
Dear Thoughtful Pastor: The Bible tells us that as Christians Jesus forgives us for our sins (our sins are erased), but then it also says we will answer for them when we get to… read more

Hijacked

By Mike Slaughter
I’ve managed so far to remain pretty silent in this rancorous political season, frequently reminding myself that I am fasting this Lent from being a jerk. But this week I… read more

International Women's Day

By Kira Schlesinger
My first encounter with International Women’s Day was only four years ago when my Clinical Pastoral Education supervisor brought in a rose for each of the women in the group … read more

Hold the phone: 3 impactful telephone ministries

By Todd Outcalt
In many respects our lives are now defined by our electronic devices. Whether it be the personal computer, a notepad, television or the latest cell phone — devices have… read more

The pivot

By Steve Harper
As the United Methodist General Conference approaches, the various plans being put forward regarding human sexuality make it appear that the decisive factor will be which… read more

Maybe church buildings aren't as big a deal as we thought

By Joseph Yoo
Those of us who have attended church seemingly forever sometimes feel that the church building is the best tool for evangelism. When we’re confronted with (or we finally… read more

4 bold leadership moves Zumba can teach the church

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
I’m a Zumba aficionado. I admit it. I love the rhythms, the music and the fun of these classes. Zumba, in case you don’t know, is a fitness class that draws on… read more

Resurrection Reality

By J. Michael Lowry
John 20:19-31 Do you remember how Walter Cronkite used to close his broadcast by saying, “And that’s the way it is”? Such is a world vision that reflects the… read more

Trump, evangelicals and the road ahead

By David F. Watson
In 1934, at the age of 28, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote a letter to a friend about an upcoming conference that would involve members of churches from several countries and… read more
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