Ken Bailey shares how the original, intended audience of Jesus' birth story would have interpreted the text. This reading changes the traditional, Western nativity story.
Rev. Lisle Gwynn Garrity recounts how a twirling vision became the ministry of A Sanctified Art, an arts collective creating resources for church leaders and spiritual seekers.
We are caretakers of a holy conversation sparked by a visual expression of God’s word, writes Theresa Cho.
"Before there is faithful preaching, there is faithful listening," writes Thomas G. Long.
Barbara Wheeler examines the critical and constructive project led by Ted Smith of Candler School of Theology that predicts professional models of ministry, denominations and congregations will not survive in their current form.
Being intentional in your question asking can reinvigorate a Sunday school or small group, writes educator Donald Griggs.
Angela Lambert shares about attending her California church while on a river cruise in Europe.
In Anna Carter Florence's book, "Prophets become petulant and loving. Certain women, perhaps considered sassy or labeled as illicit, become exemplars of faith ...," writes Jo Forrest.
Is your church paying for something that it could get for free (or a discount)? Julie Raffety, a pastor and website developer, shares five resources every church should know about.
In this lesson, children will explore the concept of peace through the hymn “Come Now, O Prince of Peace,” a prayer-in-song form.
You are welcome to use this liturgy in your online worship services and distribute it to your congregation.
In this second week of Advent, communities around the world will speak of peace, but what do we really mean? How far-reaching is our understanding of peace? Chris Burton reflects.
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