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Sweeping Away the Clutter: A Q&A with Megachurch Pastor Bill Hybels

The Willow Creek pastor talks living a life anchored by the priorities that matter most.

Six things I didn’t know about pastors’ wives

Gayle Haggard/ The Washington Post A lot of people have a lot of opinions about the pastor’s wife. I wasn’t … Continued

For Tyler Clementi, ‘hate the sin, love the sinner’ not enough

There is an unspoken narrative surrounding the life and suicide of Tyler Clementi and other similar stories. It must no … Continued

Episcopal Church’s tension: tradition and change

In an Episcopal parish where I once worked, the custom was to give the Christmas plate offering to local charities. … Continued

White House names new advisors to faith-based office

By Michelle Boorstein Then-Senator Barack Obama speaks speaks to the media during his presidential campaign at Eastside Community Ministry in … Continued

Evangelicals and Obama: unlikely immigration reform partners

President Obama’s much anticipated speech on immigration began with a much unexpected introduction by Bill Hybels, senior pastor of Willow … Continued

Evangelicals for pluralism

Time Magazine recently did a piece on evangelicals bridging the racial divide. It describes the work that Willow Creek founder … Continued

George Shultz Joins Evangelicals in Anti-Nuke Campaign

By Jacqueline L. Salmon Former Secretary of state George Shultz has teamed up with a slew of evangelical Christians to … Continued

A Real To-Do List for the Church

“A child was born in Chicago today, and you could put on his birth certificate: + 35 years of life.” … Continued

Attention Shoppers: Jesus Christ for Sale in Aisle 3

Christians have lost Christmas as a religious holiday and it is not because of political correctness. Christmas sales now drive … Continued

No Child of God Left Behind

Tim LaHaye’s endorsement of Mike Huckabee for President took the form of a battle cry. “America and our Judeo-Christian heritage … Continued

Embracing Evangelicals

Many of my secular liberal friends think Evangelicals are a little like snakes: Not all of them are poisonous, but … Continued