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Southern Baptists Take Sides Ahead of Nashville Meeting
Southern Baptists Take Sides Ahead of Nashville Meeting
A recent call to investigate the Executive Committee over abuse responses is the latest issue up for debate. Opposing factions in the SBC both say its future is at stake.
Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
For international schools, the pandemic offered new opportunities for public witness around the world. It also resulted in staff shortages and unpredictable enrollment.
For Popular Twitter Seminarian, Sassiness Is a Spiritual Gift
For Popular Twitter Seminarian, Sassiness Is a Spiritual Gift
Leah Boyd represents a new generation of women in ministry, bringing a sense of humor and hope to theological debates.
Why I Stopped Calling Parts of the Bible ‘Boring’
Why I Stopped Calling Parts of the Bible ‘Boring’
Scripture is a door and a feast if you ask the right questions.
Thanking God for Miracles, Asylum Seekers Enter US
Thanking God for Miracles, Asylum Seekers Enter US
With the end of Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, new needs challenge Christian ministries helping migrants.
Imagine More: Recovering a Faithful Vision for Art, Creativity, and Justice
Imagine More: Recovering a Faithful Vision for Art, Creativity, and Justice
Free webinar on the redemptive power of the Christian imagination.
Youth Pastors and Parents Cross Wires on the Core Purpose of Church
Youth Pastors and Parents Cross Wires on the Core Purpose of Church
Sociologist Christian Smith says most American moms and dads see the Body as nothing more than a resource center for their kids.
If Your Kid Leaves the Church, Don’t Despair. But Act Quickly.
If Your Kid Leaves the Church, Don’t Despair. But Act Quickly.
There’s a window of opportunity to bring young adults back after they leave organized religion, says sociologist Melinda Lundquist Denton.
Hillsong Atlanta Launches Sunday Services With Hip Hop and Gospel Worship
Hillsong Atlanta Launches Sunday Services With Hip Hop and Gospel Worship
Sam Collier, Hillsong’s first African American senior pastor, calls for revival in the birthplace of civil rights.
Charles Stanley: Not Selling CBD
Charles Stanley: Not Selling CBD
Social media scam is using the Baptist preacher’s name to advertise gummies, oil.
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