Is there a place for us on Sunday mornings where the week’s headlines aren’t repeated or subtly inserted into the liturgy, where God is at the center of the conversation, not a politician?
Washington Post religion reporter Julie Zauzmer explains the latest allegations against Catholics priests and how Church leadership has failed to respond.
Religion reporter Emma Green joins Federalist Radio to discuss big stories happening in religious communities in America and in the Middle East.
‘Many African-Americans think that poverty and incarceration are endemic to black men. However, most black men will marry, work, and not be arrested,’ says a study author.
It should be understandable that men avoid organizations that are obliviously contemptuous of males. This is a problem not just with American culture writ large, but also with American churches.
Every Christian sitting in a pew on Sunday morning is also a father, son, neighbor, or citizen, and we all have the responsibilities and authorities that go with those vocations.
Forget words like ‘Faith,’ ‘Bible,’ ‘Church,’ or—heaven forbid—the name of your denomination, say consultants. Go with a name you can market.
Because it’s not really a job, but a 24/7 calling, there are demands on pastors that people in regular jobs don’t experience.
Every Sunday families face the monumental challenge of getting out the door and to the service on time. In our house the baby always needs something right as it is time to leave.
As an outreach strategy, Vacation Bible School is usually a flop, but still the chorus echoes across the country: ‘At least we planted the seed.’
While ‘total inclusion in the community’ may sound good as a fundamental moral principle, running it through the logic machine yields some problematic results.
Whatever the reason you went to church on Easter, God is glad you were there, not because he needs you, but because you need him — more than once a year.
In no way should church be anything like a political television harangue, but for many Americans it can be a fair comparison.
Millennials are dissatisfied with church because they’re going for all the wrong reasons, and none of the right ones.
Jesus has invited us to his birthday celebration, but many are staying home and opening their presents, instead.
If you are a Christian—and last time I checked Christmas was still a Christian holiday—it matters not whether your Christmas is simple or sumptuous as long as it is sanctified.
Lights do not shine in darkness unless darkness predominates. Darkness is how we come to know that light, not darkness, has positive substance, a substance not to be taken for granted.
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