M. Craig Barnes is president of Princeton Theological Seminary and author of The Pastor as Minor Poet.
Empathy made it big in an era some call the "me generation." By discovering my feelings inside you, even you are about me.
Despite bleak forecasts, many of today’s teenagers refuse to buy the marketed temptations to despair and fear. They’ll find a way.
We all live with many callings in life, and the greatest is not to be a pastor—much less to be in the right job at a particular congregation.
When did we stop taking church architecture seriously? Christians used to devote themselves to building projects that lasted over a hundred years. Not anymore.
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