Jump directly to the Content

Search Results

The Lord's Agitators
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.
español简体中文繁體中文
Cockroaches and the Nicene Creed
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 Christmas
Celebrating Christ's birth with saints of the faith during the actual Christmas season.
How We Worship
An ambitious new book takes us into the diverse world of Christian worship practices from the early church to today.
7 Church History Insights on Stewarding Money Well
Christian leaders have always grappled with tough issues surrounding finances and faith. Their insights still speak to us today.
The Real 12 Days of Christmas
Celebrating Christ's birth with saints of the faith during the actual Christmas season.
español
Where Wesley's Followers Went Awry
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 Savior
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 Ashes
An early tradition of pre-Lenten repentance developed into our modern practice of Ash Wednesday.
close