We were already active in our community. Now we're on overdrive.
Why are there only 12 disciples? Will we be with our families in heaven? Does God think pineapple should go on pizza?
Heather Bradley and Miriam Bamberger Grogan offer a hard-working playbook for addressing ministerial overload.
Now that 60 is the new 50, creative models are emerging for ministry transitions.
In response to our request for essays on the topic mistake, we received many compelling reflections. Here is a selection.
It's up to pastors to remind each other to talk to people instead of about them.
Local ways are rarely senseless or stupid. It's just that a new pastor likely doesn't yet understand them as the locals do.
At the barbershop, I heard about how many pastors in town are going through handgun training. I asked around—and was dismayed.
There's a subtext to lots of sermons I hear, and some I preach: Discomfort is avoidable. Here's my formula. It's the promise of all bogus religion.
When it comes to equal pay for women, the church should do better than employers generally, not worse.