In this excerpt from her new memoir, the Rev. Dr. Amy Butler writes about being “unemployed and disgraced” after leaving the Riverside Church in the City of New York — then finding joy in her new project, a fund to help closing churches invest their remaining assets.
In this excerpt from his recent book, a writer and spiritual director describes the transformative power of sacred stories and why they are important to our individual and shared lives.
A pastor turned graphic designer and entrepreneur discusses her call, her creative process and some of what she’s learned about church communications.
During his last three years of life, the pastor and teacher Tim Keller revealed how his faith, prayer life and trust in Christ were deepening. His witness offers lessons — and questions — for us all, writes a friend and former student.
Empowering teens: Youth learn job skills and serve their community through a workforce development program
Richmond’s Church Hill Activities & Tutoring adapts to a changing neighborhood while preparing young people for their next step.
Poetry and belief in God helped a writer engage with the world and move beyond his horrific upbringing.
It’s important to co-design any program with its potential participants, says a director of leadership development at Trinity Church Wall Street.
Much needs to be done to ensure that women and their work are respected, including within the church, writes a communications specialist with Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Grounded in grassroots traditions, these chaplains are helping advocates for justice across the country access community resources and receive spiritual care.
A true story about the life of faith includes the messiness, failures and griefs of human experience. It also offers hope, says the professor emeritus and author of a new book about spiritual memoir.
Bivocational ministry might become more common in the future, but we can’t let that trend include exploitation and financial insecurity, says an author.