Churches should reconsider the (painful) messages they (unintentionally) send singles.
I see the benefit of “mere Christianity,” but also of church life in its glorious particularity.
We often draw lines in the sand to define “us” and “them” so “we” can prosper and “they” can look upon “us” with stupefaction.
The famous story of the widow’s two coins is not about a poor person’s generosity, but a rich religion’s corruption.
People tend to be jerks online. So what can Christians do about it?
The Southern Baptist Convention takes the pulse of its pastors’ views on religious freedom issues in the United States.
Studies show that people struggling with mental health issues often turn to pastors first. Too often, they receive only prayer and bad advice.
Looking back at the Freedom Summer movement half a century later.
How some traditionally white churches and denominations are staving off attendance decline through diversification strategies.
All the hand-wringing stories about young adults leaving religion overlooks the vibrancy and growth of multiethnic churches.