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How ministers can save lives by helping suicidal people stay away from their own guns.
By David Gushee
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Monday, May 25, 2015
Believe it or not, life after 50 is much, much better.Read More
Friday, May 22, 2015
Of course, we love God. We come to church, don’t we?Read More
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Taking the gospel into the streets may bring rapid transformation, but often healing is a long time coming.Read More
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
A gospel community convinced that Jesus’ message can change the world will find itself on the margins, actively welcoming strangers, modeling radical justice.Read More
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
The uncomfortable discipline of remembering
As a pastor serving in an active military community, I am privileged to...
The culture of poverty
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An airman reflects: don’t thank me this Memorial Day
I was talking to one of our Air Force senior leaders the other...
A modest proposal for future patriotic celebrations
Memorial Day is approaching. Students are looking forward to “warming-up” for summer vacation,...
A birthday party on our deathbed: Pentecost and the Pew study
Last week, the Pew Research Center reported that between 2007 and 2014, “the...
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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 — and ministry — in U.S.
For two Salvadoran sisters who were part of the recent immigration “surge,” 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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