The Center for Healthy Churches suggests 10 ways all churches can become healthier churches in 2018.
01/03/2018 - By Barry Howard / Center for Healthy Churches
Is it right to question God for all the bad news that transpired in 2017?
01/03/2018 - By Richard Mouw
Do evangelicals really want to bring about the end of the world?
12/20/2017 - By Scott McConnell and Bob Smietana / Religion News Service
In the wake of Doug Jones’ election to the Alabama Senate seat, “it turns out that black Christians, not white evangelicals, are the story.”
12/20/2017 - By Larycia Hawkins / Religion News Service
As the word “evangelical” has seemingly become synonymous with “white Republican,” Christians of all kinds debate continuing to identify themselves with that label.
12/20/2017 - By Julie Zauzmer and Sarah Pulliam Bailey / The Washington Post
Many American Evangelicals are quick to manufacture a war on Christmas, but reticent to actually enter the Christmas story. (Baptist News Global)
12/13/2017 - By Jonathan Davis / Baptist News Global
What role did Christian nationalism play in the recent election of Democrat Doug Jones over Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race? (The Washington Post)
12/13/2017 - By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / The Washington Post
“As mission-driven Christians who live in a market-driven culture, we need the reflective disciplines of Advent.”
12/06/2017 - By Barry Howard / Center for Healthy Churches
In light of the looming Masterpiece Cakeshop court case, where a Colorado bakery refused service to a same-sex couple, Tom Krattenmaker wonders what the court’s decision will mean for religious liberty in the U.S.
12/04/2017 - By Tom Krattenmaker / Religion News Service
If the Johnson Amendment is repealed as part of new tax legislation, John L. Seidel fears that “churches would become super-PACs. All in the name of religious freedom.”
11/29/2017 - By Andrew L. Seidel / Religion News Service
When it comes to the conflation of politics and Christianity, what issues seem to matter most?
11/29/2017 - By John G. Stackhouse Jr. / Religion News Service
Personal stories are what often separate real abuse and neglect from that which is imagined, and we have to get this right. (Baptist News Global)
11/29/2017 - By Corey Fields / Baptist News Global