Moving forward in the spirit of agape love can help allay dissonance and build the Beloved Community, Lesley Anne Earles and Debra J. Mumford write.
The school in Mayesville, South Carolina, once had a prominent space in the community’s heart. A group of alumni are working hard to renew its mission.
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Budgets and worship numbers matter — but they are not everything, Phil Blackburn believes.
A church can be viable without a pastor, writes Catherine Neelly Burton. Once we embrace this, churches can go about their work of being Christ’s body.
There is no sure-fire recipe guaranteed to produce faith, Ronald Byars writes. Maybe that’s why so many testify that their faith came as a gift.
Lydia Griffiths maintains there is rich diversity among Protestant religious thinkers when it comes to a transforming relationship with God.
In an unexpected casting of Drosselmeyer, Matt Rich finds – in life and in ministry – the role you think you are going to play might not be the role you get.
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.
Marcia McFee helps faith leaders discover sensory-rich ways of being intentional for those at worship.
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