The eternal victory of the Charleston martyrs

By Mark Tooley
The nine Bible study attenders murdered in Charleston were targeted for their race but they can rightly be honored as Christian martyrs, slain in their church while examining… read more

4 reasons this worship story charmed my church

By Len Wilson
Here’s a short film my team and I created for worship at my church, Peachtree. First, to set the stage: Peachtree high school students have gone to the same summer camp for… read more

Pastors, faithful pick up gun training: ‘We need it in church’

By Bianca Graulau / USA Today Network
(RNS) For seven years, Geof Peabody — owner and instructor at Peabody’s Shooting Range — has been teaching his fellow church members how to use guns. Peabody… read more

Do we need unholy guns in holy places?

By David Gushee / Religion News Service
(RNS) Inevitably, after the massacre at Emanuel AME Church, people are beginning to talk about arming congregants for self-defense. It is a sad image: 25 souls sitting around at… read more

Worship for Kids: August 2, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: 2 Samuel 11:26-12:13a. When it is dramatically presented, children follow the story of Nathan's confrontation of David closely. They… read more

Reuniting Christology and sexology

By Talbot Davis
Don't you hate it when your strongest disagreement is with your closest friends? Here's how that's working in my life. In the same-sex relationship, intimacy and marriage debate… read more

4 huge issues we're facing in America today

By Don Underwood
Rev. Don Underwood issues a statement and challenge about working toward a better America. Don is the senior pastor of Christ United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas and the… read more

What does it take to forgive someone like Dylann Roof?

By Jonathan Merritt / Religion News Service
(RNS) Nadine Collier, daughter of one of Dylann Roof’s nine alleged victims, has one message for the suspected killer: “I forgive you.” The 21-year-old Roof is… read more

Prejudice, bigotry and racism

By Tex Sample
Think of prejudice as a pre-judgment, staking claim to a point of view that is judgment without sufficient data or knowledge. But prejudice is typically misjudgment as well. As… read more

The proof is in the kugel: On proving God

By Clifton Stringer
Does a delicious serving of kugel prove the existence of God? I like proofs for the existence of God. I want Christians and others to understand that Christians are not people who … read more

The reality of evil

By Michael Bowie Jr.
While reflecting on the tragedy at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, I'm wrestling with mixed emotions. On one hand I'm enraged that humanity has become so… read more

The Charleston tragedy: How should we respond?

By F. Willis Johnson
The ugliness of hatred and its historic vestiges have again darkened a sacred space. This is not the first time the black church has felt the wrath of white supremacy. White… read more
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