When teachers walk out

By Rebekah Jordan Gienapp
Massive teacher protests in at least four states Prior to this year, teachers in the state of West Virginia were among the lowest paid in the country and had not seen a pay… read more

Willow Creek responds to new allegations against former pastor Hybels

By Emily McFarlan Miller / Religion News Service
SOUTH BARRINGTON, Ill. (RNS) — As the allegations against former Willow Creek Community Church senior pastor Bill Hybels mount, his congregation is trying to cope —… read more

Our Latino neighbors

By Martin E. Marty / Religion News Service
Who is my neighbor? That question is asked of Jesus in the Gospels. “Neighbor” can mean someone who lives nearby, and this question about physical proximities and… read more

Do something in the world: Youth ministry and ecology

By Timothy Van Meter
The celebration of Earth Day each spring gives Christians an opportunity to consider God's good creation and our stewardship of it. This year, Earth Day falls on Sunday, April… read more

A Hopeful Earth

By Sally Dyck
The celebration of Earth Day each spring gives Christians an opportunity to consider God's good creation and our stewardship of it. This year, Earth Day falls on Sunday, April… read more

Spirituality and the Twelve Steps

By Rebekah Jordan Gienapp
Addiction and the twelve steps In 1935, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was cofounded by William Griffith Wilson, normally referred to as Bill W., and Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith, better… read more

No Earth, No Faith

By Fletcher Harper
The celebration of Earth Day each spring gives Christians an opportunity to consider God's good creation and our stewardship of it. This year, Earth Day falls on Sunday, April… read more

The Fight for Marriage

By Phillip F. Cramer, William L. Harbison
Faultlines is a collection of resources intended to inform conversations around human sexuality within the United Methodist Church as the denomination prepares for the 2019… read more

Christian group asks Netflix to pull '13 Reasons Why' after teen suicides

By Mark A. Kellner / Religion News Service
(RNS) — A conservative Christian organization has asked video streaming giant Netflix to pull 13 Reasons Why, a dramatic series that critics say glamorizes suicide, after… read more

Lose yourself in the service of others

By Tiffany Manning
On April 20, 1974, President Richard Nixon declared the first National Volunteer Week. Since then April has come to be recognized as National Volunteer Month. People are… read more

Heartbursts: Only Christians Can Own Cottages in Michigan?

By Thomas G. Bandy
Spirit works in, through, and sometimes in spite of culture; Culture expresses, shapes, and sometimes challenges spirit; The church is port of it all. Leaders must… read more

3 lessons from the Facebook fiasco

By Rabbi Evan Moffic
What is the Facebook fiasco? The company gathered information about us we did not choose to reveal. They sold that information to others. And now they know more about us —… read more
  1. «
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 189
  8. 190