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Churches Try to Find Scattered Flocks, Assess Damage From Afar
With churches damaged and congregations dispersed, measuring Katrina's impact has been nearly impossible.
Subscriber Access Only The Strength of Solitude
Learning to be with God in solitude allows us to be Godly in community.
Subscriber Access Only How to Think about Social Networking in Churches
What do we do with virtual fellowship?
Saved by My Refugee Neighbors
How a group of Asian immigrants took a privileged, wandering guy into their family and embraced me.
Subscriber Access Only Community Is Their Middle Name
As Willow Creek Community Church turns 25, it is bigger than ever, drawing 17,000 a weekend. But what really makes Willow tick is what comes after the seeker services.
The Story-Telling City Planner: Ebony Walden Infuses Poetry and Place
The Charlottesville leader believes Christians should be 'the 'most' involved, interacting, and creative' neighbors of all.
For the Love of Pinterest? A Her.meneutics Hangout with Rachel Held Evans, Sarah Bessey, & More
The bloggers join Her.meneutics regulars Laura Leonard, Rachel Marie Stone, and Sarah Pulliam Bailey.
Not Your Father's Christian Community Development
How John Perkins's CCDA has changed to respond to 21st-century realities.
You Can't Buy Your Way to Social Justice
Why the activism of some fellow Americans scares me.
Church Hunting? There's an App for That
How Sean Coughlin and the FaithStreet team are getting Americans into the pews.
Salvation at the Storefront Church
How Peacemakers International is giving Detroit drug dealers and prostitutes a hope and a home.
Sorority Syndrome: Girls Gone Mean
If we're not careful, big groups breed shallow friendships.
How I Responded to India's Rape Epidemic
I never acted on my angry reaction to news stories. Until Nirbhaya was killed.
Secondhand Suffering: The Grief We Often Overlook
As the church rallies in times of tragedy, let’s also help the helpers.As the church rallies in times of tragedy, let’s not forget to help the helpers.
Subscriber Access Only Where Community Is No Cliché
Forty-three families in rural Texas blend Pentecostal fervor and Anabaptist simplicity.
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A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
Why the pulpit—and not the screen—still belongs at the center of our churches.
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