A guest post on everything you wanted to know about audio quality and live-streamed/recorded church worship services.
While sheltering in place, churches can use technology to continue to lead worship, providing essential spiritual health in this time of fear.
With Asbury University in the news, the separate institution of Asbury Theological Seminary has many of the same problems.
Coronavirus precautions can have significant impact on churches, but churches can shape the epidemic as well—for better or worse.
It’s a New Year, and a great year to topple those who would stand against God’s imagination for the marginalized.
Are you ready to do something? Here is a broad list of ideas that will hopefully inspire further creativity for those seeking to resist the Traditional Plan adopted at General Conference 2019.
A new book by pastors in the most dechurched region of the United States seeks to show the abundance and vitality and the moments of joy that is found in ministry and missions in the Pacific Northwest.
Memorials stand against madness by creating an imagination that resists that madness from taking root
Grace as opposed to pleasantness, harm as opposed to discomfort, and a graceful way to hold a church gathering accountable to harm done.
Guest post reminds us that affirmation and love are shallow substitutes for the actual hard work of inclusion.