The Spirit is God’s wild card, played over and over again when old forms fail.
Ed Cyzewski’s prepandemic takedown of the digital formation of Christians is still surprisingly useful.
Journalists Katherine Stewart and Anne Nelson unveil the mechanisms behind the rise of a movement.
Saman’s parents disowned him. The church became a new sort of family.
The Pentecostals of the Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus have a mighty vision.
A conversation between Parker Palmer, Stephen Lewis, Matthew Wesley Williams, and Dori Baker about the book Another Way
It might help that our pews aren’t available to sit in and pray.
The music gets people in the door. Yolanda Norton’s preaching might be what sticks to their bones.
The questions that plunge me into a cloud of unknowing most often come from my Sunday school students.
Last week in Louisville, I went to church.
“There’s a fire that cannot be extinguished except by justice.”
During the pandemic, our church’s justice work has gone online.
The church can conspire—breathe together—to bring goodness into the world.
Something as big as a plague always remakes the religious landscape.
As Christians, we understand the importance of in-person worship. As APNs, we know how serious COVID-19 is.