COVID-19's ministry disruptions are generating lasting insights.
Jesus and Peter teach us that correctness isn't always a virtue.
But church leaders think it's worth the work to address longstanding divides.
Decades ago, theologian Paul Jewett modeled moves white Christians must make toward racial solidarity.
Serving church leaders by offering spiritual wisdom and insight for faithfully proclaiming and effectively living the gospel.
The Christian disciplines of self-suspicion, forgiveness, and hope all function well. We need to restart our faith in them.
Acting affirmatively on the side of racial justice affirms the truth of the gospel.
What I learned about mental health and ministry following my husband's tragic death.
How the church can shape public policy without losing its soul.
American evangelicals make mostly incremental changes around some common heresies.
Bridging racial divides requires love as the motivation.
If churches don't engage our members, pundits and memes will.
Without restitution for harm done, there will never be liberty and justice for all.
Godly shame opens our hearts to the formative work of the Spirit.
What pastors can learn from plummeting online attendance.
Biblical examples like Baruch and Jeremiah demonstrate faithful leadership in the midst of disappointment.
Where in America can we see proof of righteousness and justice for disadvantaged racialized people?
Religious groups got $7.3B in forgivable loans. That financial security helped ministry teams focus.
When we consent to our calling as ministers of the gospel, we assent to be public imitators of all it proclaims.
With eyes wide open to the colorfulness of distinction, we can see the full beauty of humanity.
The secret to pastoral passion? Get better at your job.
The love of Jesus reaches beyond diversity to coexistence and true community.
Has online worship acclimated us to our screens, or can we get physical again?
While churches praise God from whom all blessings flow, they don't praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
By rising above self-interest we can taste the true honey of new creation.
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