Social media reveals what some Lent-observing Christians say they’re going to give up for the season of Lent.
By Christianity Today Staff
Beth Moore questions why the church hasn’t been more vocal on behalf of the victims of sexual assault and abuse.
By Beth Moore
Richard Mouw hopes that the Pyongyang Winter Olympics in South Korea brings about more than just good competition.
By Richard Mouw
In the aftermath of an event like the Kentucky school shooting, how should a church respond to people in the grip of shock, pain, emotional trauma, grief and loss?
By Richie Clendenen / Religion News Service
The religious profile of young adults today differs dramatically from older Americans. (FiveThirtyEight)
By Daniel Cox / Public Religion Research Institute
Spiritual formation for caring about justice requires stories that create empathy. It requires seeing the faces of our fellow citizens and hearing their voices.
While secular society has recently rushed to correct its mistakes in silencing women, the Church seems to be doubling down. If #TimesUp for Hollywood, it’s way past due for the Church.
By Autumn Miles / Religion News Service
The spokes of a bicycle wheel speak to a pastor (and cycling enthusiast) about what makes a healthy church go round.
By Chris Aho / Center for Healthy Churches
What role does President Trump’s religious advisory council play for this nation?
By R. Khari Brown & Ronald E. Brown / Religion News Service
Christians, especially those who believe that Scripture should be the foundation of American law, should be leading the charge in support of Dreamers, refugees and other immigrants.
By Thomas Reese / Religion News Service
When pastors suffer a moral failure, what ought to be the church’s reaction? (The Washington Post)
By Jonathan Leeman / The Washington Post
Churches that do something “because it’s always been done that way” aren’t living from an abundance mindset.
By Bill Owens / Center for Healthy Churches