After each service, I sweep up the dirt, specks of plastic, and tendrils of hair.
When our church offered Rosa sanctuary, our ordinary habits became a politics of hospitality.
We say these words a lot. Lately I’ve noticed what it looks like when we follow through.
Regular churchgoing does not make you a friend of death. But if you sit in the pews long enough, you cannot help getting acquainted.
Following doesn't command the interest that leading does. But following is crucial.
As the sour economy and aging buildings wreak havoc on church budgets, United Methodists are trying to get ahead of the problem and assess the health of their congregations in a bid to reverse declining fortunes.