For the Spring/Summer 2016 issue, Mirrors and Prisms: Writers of Marginalized Orientations and Gender Identities, Nimrod International Journal is seeking poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction pieces from writers who identify along the LGBTQIA spectrum.
How can I better manage friend requests from church members at the church I am moving to? For Pastors active on Facebook who are going into new ministry contexts, this two-part seeks to provide resources for this question.
Should I unfriend the church members from my old church I am moving from? For Pastors active on Facebook who are going into new ministry contexts, this two-part series seeks to provide resources for the question.
The Internet has eliminated libraries as gatekeepers of knowledge. A case study of Oxford’s successful library yields some possible parallel courses of action for gatekeepers of spiritual knowledge: the Church.
Reflections on the Germanwings tragedy as framed by Holy Week in the Christian tradition.
Part 3 of the series on trolls and trolling. What do we do when we are dealing with groups of trolls and not just individuals? Some suggestions and closing thoughts on humanizing the trolls.
Part 2 of a 3 part series on trolling in online religious conversations. This post examines why you should engage trolls rather than ignoring them–it’s not for everyone, but it has its place in the corpus of online conversations.
Part one of a three-part series on internet trolling and how persons of faith can best navigate the conversations online that are often intimidating.
To those pastors and ministry leaders who are giving up social media for Lent, why are you giving the mission field away?
If I had $100, what Amazon Kindle books would I buy? Well, here’s your answer…