How an opportunity ‘out of the blue’ changed my spiritual life forever.
A pastor answers five questions.
Kim Williams shares the fall was hard. Recovery is hard too, but possible.
The journey to finding balance and embracing acceptance.
A concussion gave him the tour of his life he needed to be in the present moment.
Where can we go when we give up the life of belief? A Year Without God: The Film‘s Ryan Bell has started a new venture, the website and podcast Life After God that focuses on counseling—and preaching to—the former congregation. — Where do believers go when their faith has run out? Is there a place…
No politics in the pulpit, urges parishioner.
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.
Jesse Bradley considers where our spiritual scars come from, drawing from his many years as a pastor listening to people share their stories and experiences.
In this provocative piece, author and speaker Dale Fincher shares a few good reasons why many American Christians aren’t occupying the pews for an hour like they used to.
Ministers are the last people you think might consider leaving church, but I’m one of them.
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?
Jason Helveston was always a believer. And for a believer, doubt is perceived as the enemy. Can that enemy be faced with opportunity and grace?
Women often experience an implicit (and sometimes even explicit) expectation from those around them to be both a full-time professional and an ever-present mom.
Ultimately, I love him (or try, anyway) because as much as I wish I didn’t, I see myself in him. Do I like admitting that? What the hell do you think?
Eighteen years after losing his faith, J.R. Reed would really like to find it again. I can’t stand when I misplace things. On a scale of 1-10 I give it a 12. If it’s something important I move it up to the 15-20 range, depending on what it is. I tell you this because about…