The Unforgivable Sin

By David Dorn
Jesus announces there is one unforgivable sin. What is it and how does one commit it? The people who know about it often think they've committed it, but the people who've… read more

The Holy Spirit Comes

By J. Ellsworth Kalas
The excerpt below is from Adult Bible Studies Spring 2013 ©Cokesbury. Used with permission.For the complete lesson, scroll download to view or print the pdf. Purpose To… read more

An Ethic of Love in Marriage and Divorce

By Felicia M. George
For years now, it has been reported that Christians divorce as often as everyone else in America. In an attempt to determine the validity of this assertion, various sociologists… read more

Deborah (Converge Episode 1)

By Shane Raynor
David Dorn and Clay Morgan join Shane Raynor to discuss Judges 4, which tells the story of Deborah, Barak, and Jael. Also check out Chapter 1 in James A. Harnish's Women of the… read more

Preparing for Pentecost

By Robin Knowles Wallace
Pentecost, the birthday of the church, is a wonderful time to celebrate and involve children in learning. Pentecost is a "movable feast" of the church. Like Easter, Pentecost… read more

Blowing in the Wind

By Ronnie McBrayer
Now that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio has been installed as Pope Francis, I must say that I could not be happier with the papal conclave's choice. Not that the College of… read more

VBS: Hard Work, but Worth It!

By Leanne Ciampa Hadley
I have had a team of people working with me for months getting ready for the twelve hours we will spend with the kids the week of Vacation Bible School. Stuff has been piling up… read more

Spiritual Generativity: Nourishing Vital Families

By Amy Valdez Barker
"Well, at least God loves me!" Those are the words that came out of my four-year old's mouth after he had been scolded for unacceptable actions toward his sister. I was sort of… read more

Singles Ministry

By Cindy Young and Ellen Bauman
Contrary to the stereotype of "singles" in the church as early twentysomethings, singles ministry is made up of people of all ages and stages of life: those who have never been… read more

Family Concerns: When to Refer

By Jessica Miller Kelley
Many seminarians in their introductory Pastoral Care class hear this cardinal rule for any counseling work they will do in their capacity as a congregational leader: Know when to… read more

Does Church Make You a Christian?

By David Dorn
Do you have to go to church to be a Christian? Yes and no. You don't have to go to church to be saved, but to really become a disciple of Jesus, it necessitates being in community … read more

Equals in the Kitchen

By Mike Poteet
Four-year-old Gavyn Boscio asked Santa for an Easy-Bake oven last Christmas. He was in good company. Since its 1963 debut, children from three generations have used the Easy-Bake… read more
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