Let’s leverage a year of forced innovation to be church in a way that attracts people who really are done with religion, writes a minister at a Greenwich Village church.
Now could be the time to rediscover why we chose a faith community in the first place and to consider what’s next, writes the director of the Thriving Congregations Coordination Program at Duke Divinity.
In this excerpt from her new book, author Melissa Florer-Bixler writes about the importance of embracing vengeance, anger and having enemies as a Christian practice.
The close connection between the lived experiences of Hispanic/Latinx pastors in the United States and the lived experiences of their congregants creates a powerful dynamic in preaching, author Tito Madrazo says in this interview about his new book, “Predicadores: Hispanic Preaching and Immigrant Identity.”
Angela Khabeb and Ingrid Rasmussen: We need to figure out what healing looks like after the murder of George Floyd
One year since the protests of the murder of George Floyd rocked both Minneapolis and the world, two pastors in the center of the uprising reflect on the changes that have taken place.
When a Muslim group needed a place for youth religious education, it began meeting at a synagogue. This arrangement led to friendship and learning -- and activism.
With their plans upended on Holy Monday, a pastor and staff at a Michigan church leapt into Holy Week and Easter, revising as they went. He shares three insights he hopes will help others returning to in-person worship.
As we resume in-person ways, churches are uniquely equipped to welcome people back, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Serious JuJu is a ministry that meets young people where they are -- in a skate park.