Loneliness, we know from the research, can be as bad for your health as smoking. It’s more predictive of mortality than obesity. There are at least four specific activities that can help compensate for all the things we are not doing.
Despite people hoarding toilet paper as the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe, I see hopeful signs that suggest deep down we know we’ve not been doing right as a society. We might call these moments of Jubilee.
As governmental and health officials across the U.S. warned last week about the need for social distancing and other measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the U.S., some pastors openly scoffed at the suggestions of canceling — but now even many of those
Religious beliefs are being used as justification for discriminatory actions across the world, a trend highlighted in a report published on March 2 by the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief.
Through the years, many debt programs have surfaced that promise financial freedom if the subscriber follows all of the steps. But what about the individuals who have incurred debt that has no end in sight in an amount that is beyond consolidation?
As university campuses around the country shut down and move classes online in efforts to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, chaplains and faith-based campus groups are stepping in to ease the transition.
Fear of the coronavirus — and orders from government officials to limit or ban large gatherings — had religious leaders first altering, then canceling, access to rituals that for millions are sustenance that can feel as basic as food or water.
Each day seems to bring new changes and closures related to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. We've compiled communication and ministry resources along with links and welcome your crowdsourcing suggestions as well.