Vitality looks different in different contexts, and none is more stark than comparing Mars Hill and First United Methodist Church in Seattle.
Fred Clark at Slacktivist unearthed a letter from Karl Barth that showed purity tests of orthodoxy existed in the 1960s and have found new birth on the Internet today.
If it seems unlikely that Judas betrayed Jesus because of money or evil possession, could he have been turned by a simple story?
Holiness is not an accumulation of good things; holiness is a daily choice to see the world with fresh eyes and intention.
When we lift up the growing churches in our denomination, what are we actually celebrating?
An interesting lifehack that could be useful for folks who struggle with daily scripture readings.
A collection of stories from clergywomen reflecting on the wage gap that systematically keeps women from earning as much as men for equal service to the Kingdom.
Changing just a few words in the way clergy see themselves can transform their ministry and mission to their communities.
For all the church people fretting about the Nones and the Dones, real transformation can come when churches focus on the Ones.
A Study edition of a Qur’an is a helpful step to combatting extremism, but is there a more effective way to go about stopping Islam from being used to justify extremism?