In the majority of locales across North America, one will often find collegiality among pastors, but rarely solidarity. Why?
Through stewardship, faith communities and the people who lead them have the opportunity to truly invite others to discern purpose and make meaning in their lives. The language that we use to describe the work we are called to do really matters
Feb. 2 marks the 76th anniversary of the sinking of the SS Dorchester, a transport ship taking hundreds of troops to Greenland during World War II. Among the 672 who died in the U-Boat attack in 1943 were four Army chaplains who, many survivors said, brought calm to the
The volunteer security team at Ava Assembly of God in Missouri is one of hundreds of teams created in recent years by churches and synagogues to keep followers safe. According to several security companies and nonprofits that specialize in providing safety training to religious institutions,
Sandino, Cuba (CNN) - Parishioners wiped away tears and gave thanks to God as the first Roman Catholic church built since the 1959 Cuban revolution opened its doors on Saturday. That the communist-run government allowed a new Catholic church to be built, with two more on the way, represents
A wave of “Bible literacy” bills emerging in state legislatures would allow more students in public high schools to study the Old and New Testaments.
In 2010, Panera launched a series of non-profit cafes. This "pay what you want" endeavor is an experiment in charity that goes right to the heart of human nature. It's a battle between ethical concerns, and the way people actually spend their money.
With 844 million people without access to clean water globally and 3.4 billion unreached with the gospel, what should be our priority as Christians? Provide communities with access to clean water and improved health, or proclaim the transforming truth of the gospel?
A community in Texas has rallied around federal employees who are living without pay due to the ongoing government shutdown. The Dallas church has offered food baskets to families in need, gift cards and additional information and resources on how church members could file for unemployment, according to
China’s Communist party is intensifying religious persecution as Christianity’s popularity grows. A new state translation of the Bible will establish a ‘correct understanding’ of the text