The Bible as a Book of Questions

by Rachel Held Evans
The Bible is meant to be a conversation-starter, not a conversation-ender.  One reason I think the Bible is such a powerful conversation-starter is that it asks the… read more

Refreshing the Lord's Prayer

by Jessica Miller Kelley
How does your congregation use the Lord’s Prayer? Some churches recite it weekly, as an affirmation of “the way Christ taught us to pray.” Others view it as a… read more

Collaborative Preaching and Holy Conversation

by Matthew L. Kelley
“What?! How can the Bible say that?! That’s complete garbage!”This is something you might hear on a typical Tuesday night at Starbucks on Madison Street in… read more

Strange News Made Good News

by Graham McFarlane
There is something both encouraging and frustrating about Paul's confidence in Romans 1:16-17: “For I am not ashamed of the gospel; it is the power of God for salvation to… read more

Taking Differences Seriously

by Dean Francis
We minister today in a world where division and dissension is the norm. Politicians and news commentators are constantly defining different perspectives. To be the Body of Christ… read more

What Does the Prince of Peace Require of Us?

by James C. Howell
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God” - Matthew 5:9 All Christians are required to be pacifists. Let's bracket political policy… read more
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