Columnist Ken Satterfield explains the duality of our attitude toward passwords: In the Kingdom of Should, we know we should come up with strong passwords and not use the same password for multiple accounts. In the Kingdom of But, we know all of this, but
An evangelical research center focused on disaster response has detailed key steps churchgoers might take as they contemplate attending reopened churches.
Traditional services are ideal places for virus transmission: lots of people, close together. Dr. Atul Gawande, noted surgeon and author proposes four essential pillars for safe reentry into communal spaces: hygiene, distancing, screening, and mask use.
“Singing together in congregations is a practice that we dearly love and are eager to promote," says Rev. John Witvliet, an expert on Christian worship, "but loving our neighbor is job one here and so the time for fasting from this wonderful practice may be
Individual and communal acts of charity in these times are certainly necessary and good. But I’m not so sure that imagining our society’s economic and health care needs as one massive GoFundMe campaign is how we will get through this
The number of civilian-owned firearms has surpassed the U.S. population. With all of these firearms in the U.S., if the idea that “good guys” with guns stop “bad guys” with guns were correct, then gun-related violence should be trending downward. It's not.
A friend recently encountered the experience everyone dreads: The restaurant where she ate lunch declined her card. When she checked her account, she discovered her accounts had been emptied.
As church planting efforts burgeon and congregations look for new ways to reach their communities, opportunities for ministry outside the building grow. While leaders often are aware of safety issues at church, the same concerns must be examined outside the facility as well.