Birth of a Royal Baby

By Jim Hawkins
A Baby Is Born Thousands of babies are born around the world every day. However, few receive the same welcome as George, the first child of William and Catherine, born in London… read more

Businesses, Boycotts and Bullies

By Shane Raynor
A few years ago, a group organized a boycott of Taco Bell because they felt that the corporation wasn’t paying a fair price for tomatoes. They maintained that this was… read more

What the Bible is All About

By Ronnie McBrayer
A seminary graduate was seeking to become pastor of his very first church, and he finally landed an interview with a pastor search committee. In a small room in the back of the… read more

Ragged Hope

By Cynthia Ruchti
RON AND JUDY CALLED RON'S BROTHER AND HIS wife to say they have to drop their plans to split the costs of a vacation cottage on the lake. Their grandchildren will be living with… read more

Propaganda Porn: The Grisly Side of Facebook

By Clay Morgan
Sunday mornings before church are usually one of my most peaceful times of the week. I enjoy sitting down with a hot coffee and no workplace to go to for that one day. I often… read more

Q&A with Debbie Blue, author of Consider the Birds

By Brenda Smotherman
Debbie Blue is one of the founding pastors of House of Mercy, her new book Consider the Birds is available now. Why do you think it's important for us to reflect on our feathered… read more

Scripture Reads Us

By William H. Willimon
This video is a clip from session six of Animate: Bible. Animate: Bible is a seven-session exploration of the Bible for adults that features perspectives from Christian thought… read more

Simple Transitions

By Tricia Brown
When my boys were young, we would sing a little song when it was time to clean up their toys. "Clean up time, clean up time Time to pick up toys It's clean up time, clean up time… read more

I'm Not Getting Burned Again

By Kimberly MacNeill
"I'm not getting burned again." Have you ever made this statement? I have. I've been burned. I have been emotionally wounded by people in such a way that it hurt as much as a… read more

Making Magic

By Tricia Brown
Frogs croaked as the rain splashed into the garden pond. Shadows from the paper lanterns danced across the floor as the wind blew a gentle but chilly breeze into the gazebo. The… read more

Banishing the Boogeyman

By Tricia Brown
Shadows can a be dangerous thing in the mind of a child. When I was a little girl, my room was a pleasant place where I loved to read and play with my dolls—until my mother… read more

Evangelism (Converge Episode 8)

By Shane Raynor
Has evangelism become a dirty word? How do we reach the masses for Christ in a world where the audience is becoming increasingly fragmented? Clifton Stringer and Eric Van Meter… read more
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