The Resurrection and the Life

By Rose Taylor
Cute baby chicks, delicious chocolate bunnies, colorful dyed eggs, and beautiful clothing in pretty pastels are commercial evidence that Easter approaches. In all fairness, there… read more

Worship for Kids: May 7, 2017

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Gospel: John 10:1-10. This text offers two shepherd-based images of Jesus. Children respond more readily to comparing Jesus to a shepherd than to the… read more

Love In A Big World: Questioning ourselves

By Tamara Fyke
Since the season has ended for my favorite show, This Is Us, I have found a new series to watch called Designated Survivor. Kiefer Sutherland plays the role of President of… read more

Southeastern Jurisdictional College of Bishops Q & A about the Judicial Council

By Southeastern Jurisdiction College of Bishops
Many in the church are anticipating the upcoming Judicial Council ruling on the Western Jurisdiction’s recent election of a married lesbian bishop, Bishop Karen Oliveto… read more

A new point of view

By Andrea Murdock
Next week we remember and honor Palm Sunday. It is often said that we celebrate Palm Sunday, but is that truly the appropriate word? Celebrate? When our children wave palm… read more

Worship for Kids: April 30, 2017

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View First Reading: Acts 2:14 a, 36-41. Children need to be reminded of the context of this event. Peter told a crowd that they had witnessed the murder of … read more

Love In A Big World: Let's play!

By Tamara Fyke
Last Saturday I took my youngest son and his friend to Laser Quest. It’s the best laser tag place I know, full of two-story mazes covered in glow-in-the-dark paint. I had… read more

The Forgotten Jesus

By Shane Raynor, Robby Gallaty
Sometimes as Christians in the West, it’s easy for us to forget that Jesus was Jewish — that he lived in a Jewish culture, followed Jewish customs and ministered… read more

Jewish graves unearthed in Rome testify to community’s persecution

By Josephine McKenna / Religion News Service
ROME (RNS) Italian archaeologists have discovered the remains of 38 skeletons buried in a Jewish cemetery in Rome more than 500 years ago, offering further evidence of their… read more

Tim Keller, Princeton and What would Jesus cut?

By Shane Raynor
Princeton Theological Seminary recently reversed its decision to award the Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Life to pastor Tim Keller. Mark Tooley of… read more

The First Amendment

By Jeanne Torrence Finley
In the news As I began my research for this topic, I talked with a friend who had served on the board of a nonprofit concerned with the First Amendment. He told me about a college … read more

Busted brackets?

By Melissa Slocum
The men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament has had fans glued to their TVs and live streams while watching their favorite teams play in the “Big Dance.” Along the way… read more
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