The whole church benefits when those with special needs are welcome in worship, writes an academic who focuses on disability theology.
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Five years after losing friends and neighbors in the murders at Mother Emanuel, an AME pastor writes about the impact on him, Charleston and the nation.
A Black mother of sons challenges white women to move beyond silence or tepid, timid outrage to work for a world in which all of God’s children can live more fully and fairly.
As many ministries are forced online during the pandemic, leaders must pay attention to and improve user experience, says a pastor.
Members of the Washington Interfaith Staff Community take part in a health care vigil. Photo courtesy of the Friends Committee on National Legislation
Partisan divides may mark politics in Washington, D.C., but faith-based lobbyists there find ways to work together for the greater good.
The professor of philosophy describes his own journey with Augustine and the importance of leaders paying attention to the formation of desire.
The historical connection between black popular culture and the black church might be waning in some ways, but powerful messages are still being preached, says the professor and author.
Twelve Christian leaders share their thoughts on how the coronavirus pandemic might affect the financial health and sustainability of American churches.
The minister and professor of preaching offers a method of dialogue in advance of the coming election.
Pandemic response requires more than words of encouragement for those who are suffering. It requires concrete steps to undo systemic injustices, writes the director of the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School.