Friday, 14 November 2014 13:09

Balancing a congregation’s spiritual diet

It’s ironic that Baptists, who have divided over how much we believe the Bible, often spend very little time in worship services actually reading God’s Word aloud.

Published in Commentaries

Churches increasingly opt for the latter, but some Christian musicians say abandoning choirs is a bad idea.

Published in Herald Magazine
Monday, 15 September 2014 10:28

Seeking God through worship — and jazz

Jazz’s improvisational nature reflectes the free-flowing nature of the Holy Spirit, say advocates of using the musical form in worship.

Published in Media and Arts
Monday, 08 September 2014 16:12

I can do more: A lament

We can’t facilitate another worship service that turns a blind eye to the sufferings in the world.

Published in Commentaries

Belief in evolution is costing Dove Award-winning musician Michael Gungor evangelical fans.

Published in Media and Arts
Wednesday, 13 August 2014 12:17

The tears we need to shed

Many conflicts in congregations are at least partially due to our loss of wonder at God’s grace and love.

Published in Vital Signs

While many Baptists have historically rejected religious symbolism in their sanctuaries, others have embraced it as a way to get worshipers focused on God.

Published in Theology

A writer and others say stereotyping Millennials as eager for contemporary worship overlooks differences among individuals and the human capacity to change.

Published in Congregations
Thursday, 24 July 2014 15:19

I don’t think you know what that means

Church is not about the music, speaking, building, programming or overall functioning of the organization.

Published in Commentaries

Seminary students and faculty say a visit to India stretched their views of God’s role in their lives and taught them lessons about hospitality.

Published in Organizations
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