Four practices of healthy congregations
To build stronger communities, we need to get in
the habit of recognizing what undergirds our relationships. We can't afford to take it for granted.
Rich Melheim on how faith is formed
"Parents are the most important faith guides, mentors and
teachers a kid will ever have."
A children's ministry of play
The children from our church walked into the synagogue quietly. But
when the rabbi invited them to look at the ark containing the Torah scroll, they lost all reserve.
Retrieving ancient sources to challenge racism
When black theologians focused on nontraditional and extra-Christian sources, white theologians had an excuse to ignore them. Not anymore.
Kerry Cronin, relationship adviser
"I once asked a panel of students about relationships—were they
seeing anyone? Did they feel like they had to break up before graduation? They looked at me as if I
had been speaking Greek."
The Century's work relies primarily on subscriptions and donations. Thank you for supporting nonprofit journalism.
Support us by buying books: