Strong Families

By Nancy Ferguson
What Is a Family? Families are the core social group of all societies, and all human beings have them. We may love them or wish we didn't have to eat Thanksgiving dinner with… read more

Jesus on Sin

By David Dorn
Sin is serious. Jesus treats it like a disease. We should too. When a group of friends brought a paralyzed man to Jesus to be healed, Jesus deemed the man's sin condition as being … read more

Internet Safety Resources

By Delia Halverson
Resources and ideas for planning a class to help adults learn ways to keep kids safe on the internet. Local church hosted classes: Child Safety and Internet Safety for Families… read more

The Affordable Care Act

By Alex Joyner
An Act With Many Acts The Affordable Care Act (ACA) almost didn't happen. Since its narrow passage in March 2010, it has been debated, derided, and even repealed by the US House… read more

1963 and the Civil Rights Movement

By Dave Barnhart
A Visit to Downtown Birmingham It feels like spring on this warm January day in Kelly Ingram Park. We sit on a bench across the street from the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute… read more

Judas: The Value of a Dollar

By J. Ellsworth Kalas
Judas Iscariot, the disciple who betrayed Jesus, fascinates us. Some of us might confess that we find him the most intriguing of all the disciples. He is the accident we pass on… read more

About The Way: Q&A with Adam Hamilton

By Ministry Matters
How does The Way relate to other recent books of yours? Over the years I've been to the Holy Land numerous times. The Holy Land is often called "the fifth gospel" because being… read more

7 Deadly Sins (Sermon Series and Study)

By Jessica Miller Kelley
People may say that Christians are too judgmental, that we talk too much about sin, but it seems that the problem really is that we talk too much about other people's… read more

An Intergenerational Lenten Fair

By Nancy Gammill
"How will we ever have it ready on time?" was a lament I heard over and over again that last week. But once again plans were completed and by Sunday butterflies fluttered from… read more

A Little More Light

By Ronnie McBrayer
Leo Tolstoy once compared religious rules to the light given off by a lamp post. It is a bright light. It dispels the darkness. As long as man or woman stood in that light, he or… read more

What 60 Minutes, Sleeping Beauty, and You Have in Common

By Jessica Miller Kelley
A few weeks ago, President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sat down with Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes to do a joint interview on the occasion of Clinton's departure from … read more

Christians and Pornography

By Teddy Ray
What are you consuming? If you profess Christ as Lord, does it impact the decisions you make about what you watch and read? I'll be candid from the start here – I'm… read more
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