Are you showing impact to your givers?

By Nathan Ealy
I was having a conversation with a friend recently about her family’s giving. For some background she and her husband are in their mid 30s, her husband does well in a… read more

Scientists ponder how to talk to the faithful about climate change

By Lauren Markoe / Religion News Service
(RNS) After sessions on gravitational waves, nuclear forensics and artificial intelligence, one of the world’s largest general science conferences invited attendees to hear… read more

Faith and Life: Taking Bible Study to the Community

By Jack L. Seymour
The Bible is at the heart of faith. This library of witnesses invites us into the struggles of faithful people who, during conflicts, sought to love God and neighbors and share… read more

Do we ignore, avoid or confront evil?

By Christy Thomas
Dear Thoughtful Pastor: There is evil in the world, at many levels, from government and business down to communities and ourselves. On encountering evil, what is our Christian… read more

Love In A Big World: Connected

By Tamara Fyke
Have you ever thought about who and what define your world? According to Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory (1979), our world is comprised of five interworking… read more

We Are the Small Group!

By Lewis A. Parks
I believe it was “Charlie-in-the-Box,” the misnamed Jack-in-the-box sentry on the Island of Misfit Toys who said disparagingly in the middle of a snow storm… read more

Love In A Big World: Histories

By Tamara Fyke
When I first started college I attended a small Catholic university in downtown Pittsburgh. One of my favorite classes was Multiculturalism. The professor introduced me to a new… read more

Protecting God's creatures

By Jill M. Johnson
Why are ivory bans needed? We’ve all heard the phrase ebony and ivory, but where do these products come from? To be honest, until I started researching this article I… read more

Transfiguration and Christian life

By Jim Hawkins
Fuzzy vision When I was in fifth grade, I knew I was not able to see as well as most of my classmates. If a teacher wrote something on the chalkboard, I could not see it very… read more

What is the Free Speech Fairness Act?

By Kimberly Winston / Religion News Service
(RNS) The day before President Trump used his remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast to promise a repeal of the Johnson Amendment, a bill was introduced in Congress to… read more

Worship for Kids: March 19, 2017

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Old Testament: Exodus 17:1-7. Do not assume that children know the context of this story. Before reading it, explain that the people Moses led across… read more

Slow to believe

By Carl L. Schenck
John 4:5-42 The story of the woman at the well is Jesus’ longest conversation with one person in the Gospels. In this story, the woman erects barriers. She finds countless… read more
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