Caleb Woods looks back to a day when the values in Christian Churches were a lot simpler. He wants our kids to return to the same message about Love that he learned.
No politics in the pulpit, urges parishioner.
In this stirring poem from Christopher Martin, the “wish to sing” is both literal and metaphoric.
Faith leaders plagued with the “Man of God” disease are becoming a liability to the community. They’re more interested in building a brand than being a servant.
With two children out of wedlock, church musician Stanley Carter says he refuses to cast judgment on the embattled male gospel singer caught on camera in a sexual act.
The black church represents—more often than not—a time where the pulpit is laced with bulls*** and the pews and are filled with few. The disconnectedness in faith and freedom prompts the question: is the black church slain in the spirit or out for the count?
When Jarad Dewing lost his brother, he lost more than just his sibling. He lost his faith too.
When did violence, even the passive institutional violence of keeping women from being ordained, become a tool for proclaiming holiness?
Is a man who is a virgin not really a man?
When the country’s divorce rate is tracked by the Center for Disease Control, tying the knot takes a lot of guts. Many couples, like Brian Blickenstaff and his fiancée, are turning to pre-marriage counseling for support.