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Let Pastors' Wives Do Their Own Thing
And please ignore the ones on reality TV.
Don't Tell Emily Post: Guests Are Paying For Weddings Now
Have we taken the whole register-for-whatever-you-want thing too far?
The Christian F-Word
Letting go of our outdated fear of feminism.
What Kind of Sinful Are You?
A spiritual personality test, the Enneagram takes an honest look at our weaknesses.
'Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus': To Adore or Abhor?
What we can take away from the viral video that elicited such visceral reactions.
John Ortberg Is My Dad, But Don't Call Me a PK
My siblings and I managed to avoid the perils that come with having famous Christian parents.
The Second Calling of a Christian Burnout
Amidst a turbulent season of life, Carolyn Weber learned to see the sheer joy of every moment with God.
The Problem With Trying On Atheism
We’re confused by one California pastor’s “year without God.”
Dressed for Death: The History of Funeral Fashion
Looking back to when mourning attire was as heavy and dark as grief itself.
How God Can Use Your Anxiety for Good
Good news for the many women facing an anxiety disorder.
The Bible, Gender, and the 'Dad-Mom' Debate
Laura Ortberg Turner and Owen Strachan discuss whether Scripture dictates that women work inside the home.
Why We Should Celebrate Beautiful Women
With a few caveats.
Let's Talk About Sex
How to acknowledge the complexities of women's sexuality.
Don't Be Ashamed to Listen to Your Heart
Desire gets a bad rap in Christian circles. Jen Pollock Michel explains why it shouldn’t.
Clothing in Church: Why It Matters
Like everything else in creation, what we wear can either glorify—or dishonor—God and others.
Beef Stroganoff Isn't Rocket Science
The New York Times' controversial Yvonne Brill obit and the sacred call to remember.
Letting Scripture Interrupt You
When a verse or passage grabs your attention, don't be afraid to stop and ask why.
Christian Counseling in Limbo
Allegations against Mercy Multiplied reveal the range of faith-based approaches to mental health.
Want to Love Your Kids? Stop Overparenting Them
My parents modeled what it looked like to serve God with their gifts while letting us kids explore our own.
Too Girly To Lead?
God cares more about our gifts than our gender.

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The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
Long before Raphael Warnock’s Senate run, the biblical call for freedom for the oppressed stirred Atlanta Christians to social action.

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