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Baltimore Pastor Sees Long-Term Solution to Food Insecurity: Black Church Farms
Christian food ministries are stretched to the limit by 2020 needs as crises reveal deeper problems.
Do Unto the Least of These? There’s a Wait List for That.
How one New York City food ministry is thriving, even behind masks.
Staying at Home and Fighting Boredom: A Survival Guide
Here's how CT writers have found joy in gardening, knitting, organizing, and adult coloring books.
Going Vegan for Lent Can Orient Us to Christ’s Calling
Following church tradition and the Bible could help us steward creation through our diets.
They Run a Hip Vegan Restaurant—and Give All the Profits to Charity
How one NYC couple is aiming for a maximum return on investment in their business and life.
Should Christians Kill Animals for Sport?
A new book presents a range of arguments on the moral legitimacy of hunting.
Faithful Chick-fil-A Fans Sue San Antonio Over Airport Ban
A new religious liberty law in Texas bars the government from penalizing over charitable donations.
Enter His Kitchen With Thanksgiving and His Pantry with PraiseSubscriber Access Only
This Mother’s Day and every day, feeding my kids is an opportunity for prayer.
Fitness Trackers, Dating Apps, and Other Ladders to NowhereSubscriber Access Only
Why secular substitutes for religion will always leave us exhausted and unhappy.
Margaret Feinberg: Scripture Is My Food for Thought
A conversation with the author of ‘Taste and See: Discovering God among Butchers, Bakers, and Fresh Food Makers.’
‘I Was a TSA Agent, and You Fed Me’
Ten places where churches are helping unpaid and furloughed federal employees during the partial government shutdown.
Can Christians Drink Alcohol? Here’s What 1,000 Protestant Churchgoers Think
(UPDATED) Most say the Bible doesn’t ban booze, but they abstain anyway.
Power in the PlateSubscriber Access Only
The history of our food speaks of injustice— and invites us to redemption.
Breaking Bread with Broken People Brings Wisdom
Scripture calls us to seek God’s goodness in community, not in private.
Do All Plants Go to Heaven?Subscriber Access Only
Where there may be room for GMOs and other modern agriculture in the New Jerusalem.
Rosaria Butterfield: Christian Hospitality Is Radically Different from ‘Southern Hospitality’
It has nothing to do with entertainment—and everything to do with addressing the crisis of unbelief.
Farminaries
From souls to stomachs, seminaries are looking to expand their reach.
It’s Official: Evangelicals Appreciate Chick-fil-A the Most
The popular chain scores big for community impact among Christians, Southerners, and millennials.
How a Farm-to-Table Restaurant Evolved into a Homegrown Church
Bi-vocational ministers are common—but what's it like to have a bi-vocational congregation?
Let Them Bake Cakes
The Great British Baking Show teaches me about offering and receiving friendship in a fractured world.

Top Story August 11, 2020

Christian Camps Tried to Keep COVID-19 Away. It Didn’t Always Work.
Christian Camps Tried to Keep COVID-19 Away. It Didn’t Always Work.
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