‘Test Me in This...’

By Sherri Williams
Our church recently finished our annual stewardship campaign. I'm not on the finance committee, so at this point I have no idea how it went as far as pledges go. To me, it seemed… read more

Assessing the Prosperity Gospel

By Frank D. Macchia
Dr. Frank Macchia assesses the merits of the so-called "Prosperity Gospel." This video is part of the "Seven Minute Seminary" series produced by Seedbed Publishing. Seedbed sows… read more

Unusual Gospel for Unusual People

By Adam Thomas
Adam Thomas previews "Unusual Gospel for Unusual People," his new Bible study series that explores the good news of Jesus from John's unusual perspective. read more

Appointment Time Again!

By Ed Trimmer
The two point charge I have been serving got the word they will be receiving a full-time male local pastor who has not been divorced and is married but without children and who… read more

Can There Be a Rational Compromise on the Pledge of Allegiance?

By John Ragosta
(RNS) Yet another Pledge of Allegiance lawsuit has been filed, this time with New Jersey humanists challenging the requirement that each school day begin with recitation of the… read more

How to Get People to Sing in Worship (Why Repetition Matters)

By Chad Brooks
How many times have you been in a worship service and no one was singing? This is especially true in many contemporary services. People often think there isn't a way to… read more

Diet: Change Your Diet, Change Your Life

By Barbara Bruce
Diet – as in, "I'm going on a diet" is really not the purist form of the word. Essentially a diet is a program for eating. I stopped at ten definitions when I did a search… read more

Social Justice Is Not Social Holiness

By Evan W. Rohrs-Dodge
I attended a very liberal seminary. I don't mean that pejoratively, nor do I believe it to be an unfair characterization. Many, if not most of the school faculty identify… read more

Top 10 Things Modern-Day Parents Look for in a Church

By Linda Ranson Jacobs
A place that is safe and has safe people A church where programming is coordinated and of quality A facility that is attractive and has organized children's rooms An environment… read more

Study Suggests Religion Can Predict Sexual Behavior

By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / Religion News Service
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) Controversial sociologist Mark Regnerus presented new research on marriage and sex at a conference of Southern Baptists on Tuesday (April 22), suggesting… read more

If the Internet Isn't Killing Religion, What Is?

By Tom Ehrich / Religion News Service
(RNS) A smart professor in Massachusetts noticed recently that religion's decline in America coincided with the rise of the Internet. He theorized that the two may be connected… read more

Hobby Lobby and the First Amendment

By Martha Myre
A lot of discussion was generated on Facebook recently after I posted a story about Hobby Lobby. Hobby Lobby evidently pays a beginning wage that is 93% higher than the federally… read more
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