Diana Butler Bass discusses her new book, “Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks.”
By Jana Riess / Religion News Service
Our national game is in trouble. The world of religion offers clues to the causes and consequences of the present troubles.
By Jacob Lupfer / Religion News Service
Religion may offer an important explanation as to why Facebook and other social media platforms are problematic both for society and for individual well-being. (via Sightings: Religion in Public Life)
By A. Trevor Sutton / Sightings: Religion in Public Life
Rev. Tamiko Jones reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. 50 years after his assassination: King recognized the hand of God throughout history and that everything in history led up to the time in which Dr. King lived.
By Tamiko Jones
Following the resurrection, when Jesus’ charged his disciples with this strategic assignment, his words became their modus operandi. After an inspiring Easter celebration, this is a great week to revisit this pivotal mandate.
By Barry Howard / Center for Healthy Churches
The quiet response by current American evangelical leaders to what’s occurring in Russia is notably different than decades past.
By Gregory Alan Thornbury / Religion News Service
A California case before the Supreme Court has implications for free speech.
By Thomas Glessner and Anne O'Connor / Religion News Service
Does the American Bible Society, new owners of the .bible domain, have the authority to dictate what constitutes the Bible?
By Marc Zvi Brettler
Child safety at church is essential. This checklist provides dozens of practical suggestions to keep children safe at church.
By Denise George
After his passing, Billy Graham was called the “last nonpartisan evangelical” by several major media outlets — but is that true?
By John G. Stackhouse Jr. / Religion News Service
Dorothy Horne, whose husband Byron lives with Alzheimer’s, shares practical ways to love a spouse with Alzheimer’s.
By Dorothy Horne
The Florida teenagers are not “innocents.” I learned that in my own teenage years from Billy Graham. They are persons with genuine human concerns — and with a unique perspective on those concerns. I am learning from them and I pray for the success of their efforts to teach us.
By Richard Mouw