Not-So-Lone Christians

By Ben Kendrick
The Lone Ranger went on his first ride through the Old West on a radio program back in 1933. Since then he has become a staple American hero, along with his partner, Tonto, and… read more

Review: Faith and Creeds

By Patricia Farris
Faith and Creeds: A Guide for Study and Devotion, (Westminster/John Knox, 2013) by British theologian and author, Alister McGrath, is the first in a projected five-volume series… read more

Jahar Could Be Your Kid

By Shane Raynor
I turned on a couple of the cable news channels recently and the outrage du jour was over Rolling Stone's decision to run a cover story featuring Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar… read more

No Longer a Super Hero

By Tricia Brown
There was a young boy who was disciplined for something he adamantly proclaimed he didn't do. Later, the boy's innocence was proven. It had, in fact, been his brother who had… read more

Worship Music in Small Groups?

By Kimberly MacNeill
Does your small group have a time of worship when they meet? So often we think of worship music as something reserved for the weekend church service and never consider that it… read more

Review: shiny gods

By Patricia Farris
Mike Slaughter has not written another stewardship campaign program. Instead, he argues for a conversion of the wallet. Grounded in his own personal and family experience… read more

Trevor Hudson: Pastor Teacher

By Betsy Hall
Trevor Hudson has been part of the Methodist movement for over thirty years and is one of God's blessings to the larger Christian church. Serving primarily around Johannesburg… read more

Review: The Dead Sea Scrolls

By Eric Van Meter
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Trayvon, Zimmerman, and Pastor Pundits

By Shane Raynor
I was watching Saturday night as the verdict was delivered in the George Zimmerman trial, and it wasn’t long before my Facebook news feed was blowing up, mostly with posts… read more

Stewardship Options: Why Do I Give?

By Ministry Matters
Any stewardship campaign has to start with the question on everyone's mind, "Why should I give?" There are many ways to answer that question, and it will likely be different for… read more

Daily Spiritual Practice

By Jim Hawkins
Nurturing One Another Whenever someone is baptized, the congregation is asked, "Will you nurture one another in the Christian faith and life and include these persons now before… read more

How to Handle Frustration

By Robert K. Hudnut
Strive first for the kingdom of God. Matthew 6:33 NRSV We are so easily frustrated by the little things of life—losing the car keys, being late for an appointment… read more
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