Three things Christians should remember before contributing to a social media brawl.
What is the pope actually communicating to his 21 million followers?
Can these centuries-old guidelines still speak to our technologically driven lives?
Did Kelly Gissendaner’s transformation story capture our attention because she is a white woman?
Frances Perkins knew the power the faith community had in making a difference in the lives of working people.
Social media campaigns have created offline change for religious organizations.
For a country full of Goliaths, we’re awfully obsessed with being David.
In a country where physical disabilities are severely stigmatized, Rev. Dawn Gikandi pushes beyond boundaries.
Celebrity pastor posts letter coming clean to compromise and vows to change
The image worth a thousand words.
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RNS () — From Julie Andrews’ performance as Maria in the 1965 film “The Sound of Music” to Meryl Streep’s … Continued
The hub of Christianity is not “do something for Jesus.” The hub of Christianity is “Jesus has done everything for you.” And my fear is that too many people, both inside and outside the church, have heard our “do more, try harder” sermons and pleas for intensified devotion and concluded that the focus of the Christian faith is the work that we do instead of the work God has done for us in the person of Jesus.
RNS () — The hajj can be a grueling journey, full of physical and mental demands. With 3 million pilgrims … Continued
RNS () — Asian-American Christians are voicing concerns over how they’re depicted by white evangelicals, most recently at a conference … Continued
Belief is a habit of mind that reckons possibilities. It is a faith that fires an alchemy that transforms possibility … Continued
In Iran, Baha’is are regularly imprisoned and even executed for practicing their faith.
NEW YORK — I have noticed something eerie recently. I walk past Best Buy on Fifth Avenue and feel no … Continued