As a child he believed he had the power to fix his family. After two suicide attempts he came to know the truth.
Sean Swaby wonders why some men are in love with power tools.
The killing of nine people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina is just the latest in a long list of attacks targeting Black Churches in the United States.
“These things can be explained: the weeping icons, the bleeding statues, the healing of disease, the aberrations of sun and sky and light, the apparitions of Jesus and Mary and Springsteen.” By Andrew Roe
Steven Lake faces the challenges his wife brings up through her spiritual practice. Resistance is futile!
He thought everything he was taught growing up was true. — I grew up in the Southern Baptist and Missionary Baptist traditions. I was raised in a very conservative religious environment. I thought my father’s musings about organized religion—and its shortcomings—were blasphemous. At the age of 18, I was licensed to preach the Gospel. I […]
Gavin Lodge struggles between his liberal humanism and the worry that his son will just see Christmas as a materialistic free for all. He has decided that he needs to bring more Christ back into the mix.
Sitting in church awaiting the still common Sunday service, I cannot help notice the dwindling numbers and lacking newcomers, and ponder possible reasons why.
If God doesn’t have a problem talking about sexual issues with His people, then neither should the Church.
Pastor Anthony S. Davis believes it’s time for the church to become real and relevant so black men can realize that Jesus is not a hustle.
Ethan Keller describes his time as a counselor at a Congregationalist camp, and the impact that had on his life.
Faith leaders worldwide are being arrested on charges ranging from pedophilia to fraud. Parishioners can help end the pulpit to prison pipeline by watching their leaders closely and helping them resist temptation.