Teegan Owen, 17, demonstrates his skills at Serious JuJu skate park in Kalispell, Montana. Photos by Hunter D'Antuono / Composite illustration by Claire Doyle Ragin
Serious JuJu is a ministry that meets young people where they are -- in a skate park.
The cemetery at Siloam Hope First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth, New Jersey, where Wanda Lundy is pastor. Photo by Alexis Llewellyn
The last year has been a reminder that death is part of the process that moves us toward new life, writes an assistant professor, mentoring program leader and pastor.
We update this list of information from government and media sources regularly to offer guidance to pastors and other Christian leaders struggling to respond to the pandemic of COVID-19.
As we resume in-person ways, churches are uniquely equipped to welcome people back, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Pastors must present a more gripping vision of a beloved community to steer congregants away from the lies of Christian nationalism, says an author and activist.
Conspiracy theories are not new, but supporting people with loved ones engaged in them is a growing role for pastors, writes a United Methodist minister.
With a curriculum based in the works of Black intellectuals and creatives, a Baptist pastor helps white participants consider racism as they haven’t before.
A year of suffering reminds us of Christ’s embodiment and of our own, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Libby Davis Manning, her husband and a friend tend to the beehives on her Indiana farm. Photos courtesy of Libby Davis Manning
“Terroir,” the word for the local environmental factors that give a particular wine or honey its distinctive flavor, can be applied to ministry, writes the director of the Wabash Pastoral Leadership Program.
Debt is a crushing issue for many in our congregations, but creative churches are offering a path to freedom, a pastor writes.