Reduce, reuse, recycle

By Tiffany Manning
Keep America Beautiful (KAB) is a national nonprofit that inspires and educates people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment. Each year on… read more

Thoughtful Pastor: Persecution of Jews and description of heaven

By Christy Thomas
Dear Thoughtful Pastor: Why don’t people like the Jews? Certainly in recent history (say the last 1,500 years) they have been persecuted more than any other group from what… read more

Worship for Kids: December 6, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: Malachi 3:1-4. Malachi spoke harshly to people who expected God to endorse whatever they were doing. He warned of the coming of a… read more

We have a right to pigheaded ideas. Now what should we do?

By Marcia Pally / Religion News Service
(RNS) We are very fortunate to have free speech rights. It allows us to say things others find sinful or dangerous — such as, women should have equal access to political… read more

Money is NOT the root of all evil

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
Money gets a bad rap in some churches. The thinking goes something like this: Even though we ask for money every time we collect an offering, the truth is, we shouldn’t need … read more

Worship for Kids: November 29, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: Jeremiah 33:14-16. The child's cry, "But, it's not fair!" reminds us that justice and fairness are big concerns for children. They… read more

Why you shouldn't have a contract marriage

By David Dorn
Want a better marriage? Don't treat your marriage like a contract … instead view it as a covenant. Related link: re|engage Marriage Enrichment David Dorn is the Lead … read more

It takes more than race to have a successful dialogue about race

By Adrian Miller
“We need to have a national conversation about race.” I’ve heard those words a lot in the past two years, in the wake of so many tragic and deadly racial… read more

Prayer matters

By Rose Taylor
The movie War Room opened on August 28, 2015, in a few select theaters in America. The reviews from critics were somewhat brutal, but moviegoers loved it; and soon it was showing… read more

Embracing our lack of control

By Billy Doidge Kilgore
I triple-check stove knobs before leaving the house, recount pages in stapled assignments and proofread text messages long after hitting the send button. At my worst, in the… read more

How should the church respond to gun violence?

By Peter Surran
Routine violent events On October 1, President Barack Obama, showing more emotion than he typically has over the last seven years of his presidency, issued a statement responding… read more

Halloween, Jesus and giving the Devil his due

By Eric Elnes
This Halloween there will be plenty of opportunities to have our wits scared out of us by the usual array of haunted houses, horror flicks and devilish pranksters, but I wonder… read more
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