Is AIDS a Judgment of God?

by Michael J. Christensen
People have been forced to cope with plagues and deadly disease for centuries. In every case, opportunities to respond with fear or courage were present. Apocalyptic and… read more

Not a One-Night Stand: Reaching the Homeless and Marginalized

by John Flowers, Karen Vannoy
Throughout our ministry we have coordinated mission work and supported local cooperative efforts. Our volunteers would go to the mission site, cook and serve pancakes or… read more

4 Myths about Christian Funerals

by Thomas G. Long
Recently my wife and I were biking down a two-lane back road that winds through the forests and cornfields of rural Maryland. As we went around a bend, we saw on the side of… read more

Moment of Loss, Seasons of Grief

by Herbert Anderson
The work of grieving happens between remembering and hoping, between building a treasured memory and anticipating a new future. Grief often gets stuck when mourners are unable… read more

Standing on Holy Ground

by Mark LaRocca-Pitts
It is hard to be a caregiver. Beyond the physical, emotional, and psychological challenges of caring for those who are sick is a deeper spiritual challenge. This deeper spiritual… read more

The Ministry of Good Death

by Rebekah Milesa and Len Delony
A chaplain was called to the bedside of a woman nearing death. When he entered the hospital room, Susan, who was very weak and in the final stages of cancer, was surrounded by… read more
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