Crossing religious boundaries
Faith House wants people to engage other faiths—not by focusing on commonalities but by entering into a sacred space on its own terms.
Ministry in the 21st century
"I eventually realized that leaders are not made by books or workshops," says Lisa Yebuah of Edenton Street United Methodist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. "Leaders are people who marry their knowledge to action."
Ministry challenges in the oil boom
For some churches in North Dakota, the oil boom is a threat. For others it's an opportunity to relate to new neighbors.
Copts live off Cairo's garbage
In a slum settlement outside Cairo, Coptic Christians do a dirty job that no one else wants to do.
Case by case
The community Thanksgiving service would be at the Southern Baptist church that year, but it was Madeline's church's turn to supply the preacher.
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