A modern rewrite of the ancient hymn is perhaps appropriate in the Reformation spirit.
The dark side reading of the Widow’s Mite settles a lot of theological problems for this traditional stewardship text.
When disaster strikes, we are reminded that we are better together.
Is it more important that we count people in the pews and dollars in the plate, or the amount of hate that churches combat?
How a cosmic event helped address a biblical conundrum for me.
Supporting women’s voices in the pulpits and public service means talking to and about them.
An anti-diversity memo from a dissident Google employee reveals much about how the Church operates as well.
The poor will always be with you–but that doesn’t make them the butt of jokes.
Playgrounds and Country Clubs offer insights into the centered and bounded sets of Christianity.
When a megachurch pastor picks on small churches, he had better be ready for the mirror to turn on him.