Are a majority of pastors burned out or depressed, as has been previously and widely reported? According to the Barna Group, the answer is no. (via The Christian Century)
By Amy Frykholm / The Christian Century
When you mock Christians, you’re not mocking who you think you are. (via Bloomberg)
By Stephen L. Carter / Bloomberg
Todd D. Still, dean of Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary, shares his thoughts on leading the institution and shaping tomorrow’s leaders today.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Though talks about racial reparations have become more common in our day, can the church adequately combat racism without first attempting to “decolonize” our narrative?
By Bobby Martinez
Is politics our idol? Do we worship at the altar of power? Are we called to be successful? Or faithful?
By Jack Wyman
Where do we turn when what we see leads us to despair? If our hope is not in what we see, then where is our hope?
By Zac Harrel
Readers weigh in on ‘The problem with “In God We Trust”‘ and online databases of churches.
Should “In God We Trust” be a government-mandated quote placed in all schools?
By Jake Raabe
How can a church be more effective at communications when so many different communication avenues exist today?
By Natalie Aho / Center for Healthy Churches
Diana Butler Bass discusses her new book, “Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks.”
By Jana Riess / Religion News Service
Jim Hinton, CEO of Baylor Scott & White Health, shares his background and thoughts on leading a large Baptist health care institution.
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