As the 1950s model declines, new ways of being the church are popping up all over, and gospel truths are now being found in new containers, writes a social entrepreneur.
Reactionary Christians who embrace authoritarianism contribute to democratic erosion around the world, says a Christian ethicist. Yet the Christian tradition and its concern for the common good of all can strengthen democracy as well.
In a blend of memoir, reporting and political writing, journalist Tim Alberta explores in this excerpt what has happened to the modern evangelical world through the lens of his father’s church and his own faith.
In a new documentary, conversations about love that extends beyond sentimentality point the way toward connection.
A pastor struggles with what to say when there are no words that match the enormity and complexity of the conflict.
The Israel-Hamas war has spawned hateful, violent and even genocidal comments, both in person and online. An expert offers suggestions for Christian leaders to recognize and undermine it.
A Caribbean immigrant’s Thanksgiving meal begins with squash soup — a comfort food for past, present and future
The writer’s grandmother cooked hearty, meaty soup every week in Montserrat. Now a lighter, quicker version graces his table in the U.S.
Loving our neighbors means supporting and improving our public schools and their ability to educate all children.
A shelter run by volunteers in El Paso acts as a waypoint and addresses the needs of those seeking refuge in the United States.
If all Christians care about is organizations, then the church doesn’t have much to offer an individualistic society, says a consultant and author. But what if Christians let go of programming and focused on the pearl of great price?