The Pew Research Center just released the results of a study about how church goers choose a new place of worship.
Picture innovation. You probably picture gadgets, right? Technology, not poetry!
Something wonderful is happening in the Evangelical church in this country.
Ten-year-old children breaking out into song and dance; preschoolers lighting up in awe at writing their ABCs; teenagers finding a safe space to be who they are – Summer Communities of Service interns are there.
The Church needs appropriate resources to identify, empower, support and hold accountable faithful, effective, excellent, and healthy clergy leaders.
The most important thing to know about Job is that it was written as a play, a piece of literary art, and it addresses the hardest question of faith –– why bad things happen to good people.
On Main Street in Louisville, the architecture is fascinating.
How healthy is your pastor?
I attended Faith Forward, a conference for progressive thinking church people who are involved in church based faith formation of children and youth.
Our youth want to change the world for good with God.