For two decades, the Nashville nonprofit has modeled organizational sustainability and growth while helping women recover and rebuild.
The traditions of Watch Night — hymn lining, testifying and praying — are a reminder that life is often a struggle but we draw strength from one another, writes church historian Quinton Dixie.
The narrative and iconography of Our Lady of Guadalupe can teach us much about how God is with us.
Rather than viewing this season as awaiting a return to the past, we can embrace it as an invitation to transformation and action, writes the director of the Thriving Congregations Coordination Program at Duke Divinity.
As we anticipate Christ’s birth, let’s strip away false exteriors to embrace what really matters.
Telling a story about your organization that focuses on its place can help motivate and inspire people to return to the pews, writes a professor at Trinity Christian College.