A letter to pastors and churchgoers who wonder what happened to the prepandemic church they knew.
John the Baptist is not sure if Jesus is very Christlike.
Social media movements fade. Survivors of sexual assault and harassment need living communities.
Luke is in a maximum security prison. He wants to be an Episcopal priest.
While struggling with this question as a church songwriter, I came up with six guidelines.
Pastors find an imaginative outlet in Dungeons & Dragons.
The stress of the past few years has brought many to the breaking point.
Marilyn wasn’t sure she could stomach the sight of a truck carting 56 years of her husband's work to the dump.
If we want our sermons to resemble real life, says Charles Campbell, we might take a hint from carnival.
My church is located in the first municipality in the country with a public reparations fund.
Yes, says Katelyn Beaty, who defines celebrity as “fame’s shinier, slightly obnoxious cousin.”
On All Saints’ Day I remember those who tried and failed and tried again.
“Howard Baskerville believed there was no separation of religion and politics,” says Reza Aslan, “that democracy was a divine gift.”
Justin Perkins and Charlotte Bass suffered multiple losses during their missionary years. Was it worth it?
Charles Marsh writes beautifully about the anxiety instilled by his childhood faith—and the therapy it took to overcome it.