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If the first time we‚Äôre meeting each other is in the streets protesting another tragedy, then the church has failed.Read More
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
With blessings, once you start, it‚Äôs hard to stop.Read More
Monday, January 26, 2015
People who know only those like themselves begin to think God is like them.Read More
Friday, January 23, 2015
Envisioning a different world and giving oneself to bring it about.Read More
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Racial dynamics are complex and I recognize that often I do not know how to pray.Read More
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Don‚Äôt Push the River
Our guide shouted, ‚ÄúDon‚Äôt push the river!‚ÄĚ I was white-water rafting (poorly) down...
What needs to rise from the ashes of the church?
CHRISTIANITY21: Visceral, Diverse, and Friendly Christianity21 takes seriously a daring and daunting conversation for...
Payday loans and potato chips
‚ÄúPayday loans are the Lay‚Äôs potato chips of finance; you can‚Äôt have just...
Small town churches embracing identity as sacred space
By Jonathan Davis Small Town Churches Embracing Identity as Sacred Space -… READ MORE
Who‚Äôs blessing whom?
By Scott Dickison Who’s blessing whom?… READ MORE
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D.C. church focuses on next generation with Explorer Camp
The ministry is one way National Baptist Memorial Church engages its economically and ethnically diverse neighborhood.
Two young immigrants fleeing violence find refuge ‚ÄĒ and ministry ‚ÄĒ in U.S.
For two Salvadoran sisters who were part of the recent immigration ‚Äúsurge,‚ÄĚ reuniting with their mother in Virginia also meant finding Baptists with open arms.
Weekly communion heals, unites N.C. church and community
At First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue in Winston-Salem, N.C., a weekly Friday service offering communion is forging fellowship both among church members and different…
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