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
As the opioid crisis has devastated many parts of the country, Jonathan Davis offers suggestions on how churches can practically fight its consequences.
By Jonathan Davis / Baptist News Global
Based on his time leading Fuller Seminary, Richard Mouw disagrees with Ross Douthat’s assertion that an “evangelical crackup” looms on the horizon.
By Richard Mouw
The Center for Healthy Churches suggests 10 ways all churches can become healthier churches in 2018.
By Barry Howard / Center for Healthy Churches
Is it right to question God for all the bad news that transpired in 2017?
Do evangelicals really want to bring about the end of the world?
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.”
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.
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)
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)
By Sarah Pulliam Bailey / The Washington Post