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How We WorshipSubscriber Access Only
An ambitious new book takes us into the diverse world of Christian worship practices from the early church to today.
The Lord's AgitatorsSubscriber Access Only
Holiness leaders were a fractious bunch, but there was vision behind their division.
Why Do We Have Christmas Trees?
The history behind evergreens, ornaments, and holiday gift giving.
Cockroaches and the Nicene CreedSubscriber Access Only
To an accompaniment of whale songs, the worshippers glory in God's creation; there's no service quite like the annual blessing of the animals at St. John the Divine.
Raise a Juice Box to the Temperance MovementSubscriber Access Only
The teetotaling history behind America's favorite communion wine substitute.
Cockroaches and the Nicene CreedSubscriber Access Only
To an accompaniment of whale songs, the worshippers glory in God's creation; there's no service quite like the annual blessing of the animals at St. John the Divine.
The Real Twelve Days of ChristmasSubscriber Access Only
Celebrating Christ's birth with saints of the faith during the actual Christmas season.
How We WorshipSubscriber Access Only
An ambitious new book takes us into the diverse world of Christian worship practices from the early church to today.
I received my commission from Him, brotherSubscriber Access Only
How women preachers built up the holiness movement
New wine, new wineskinsSubscriber Access Only
Seats of learningSubscriber Access Only
Why we sit in church.
What Language Shall I Borrow?Subscriber Access Only
When Bach wanted to express the depths of Christ's suffering, he used the words and melodies of well-known hymns.
The Real 12 Days of ChristmasSubscriber Access Only
Celebrating Christ's birth with saints of the faith during the actual Christmas season.
Where Wesley's Followers Went AwrySubscriber Access Only
Three new books by scholars of American Methodism explain why Methodists flourished in the 19th century and faltered in the 20th.
Fire, Water, and a Risen SaviorSubscriber Access Only
From the early centuries of the church, the Easter Vigil has been a vivid way of celebrating Christ's resurrection and our own redemption.
Ashes to AshesSubscriber Access Only
An early tradition of pre-Lenten repentance developed into our modern practice of Ash Wednesday.
Los que se abstenían del alcohol que nunca conocí
Los cristianos activistas de generaciones anteriores estaban comprometidos radicalmente con el bienestar común.
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Ambitious for GodSubscriber Access Only
Henrietta Mears loved hats, college students, and the boundless possibilities of Christian ministry.
Rescuing the Holy Pleasure of MusicSubscriber Access Only
John Tyson lets the "other Wesley," Methodist hymn writer Charles, take center stage.
Parsonage and ProphecySubscriber Access Only
The Reformation opened up new doors for women—and closed many others.

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Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
A typical Holy Week is out of reach this year. That's cause for lament—and celebration.

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