Meeting personal money challenges can’t be the responsibility of ministers alone.
Helping people think differently in changing times
I liked this, until I didn’t.
“I’ve loved being a pastor, almost every minute of it,” Peterson once told the Century.
“The history of a church,” one member wrote in an old scrapbook I found, is “an unfolding pageant of life.”
It's not exactly a spiritual gift.
A new family skipped a lot of our holiday activities—and got me thinking.
We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: “wilderness.”
When it comes to addressing local problems, proclamation isn't enough.
A story about a search committee and a candidate
His life had emerged from chaos, but he didn't have a bad word for anyone.
Detectives, like pastors, examine the unknowable to reveal the knowable.
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.