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Congregations that fail to care deeply for those who have wandered have missed something essential to their reason for being.Read More
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Are we courageous enough to stand on conscience, while taking seriously those whose consciences may not now, or ever, be compatible with our own?Read More
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Too often, we begin relationships by assuming we experience the world exactly the same way.Read More
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
What can you offer on Ash Wednesday if your jar of ashes is empty?Read More
Friday, February 5, 2016
For many, there is great difficulty in getting into God’s presence.Read More
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Politics in the pulpit: One pastor’s approach
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I Preached With a Screen So You Don’t Have To
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We missed our Christian moment, again
By Alan Rudnick As the build up to the Iowa caucus has come and...
Congregations cannot manage their way into God’s future for them
By George Bullard Where there is no vision, management drives the sports utility vehicle,...
Springsteen and Lent: Part I, Ash Wednesday
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World’s restoration is focus of young adult gathering
Kairos event will explore the God who is “always creating and recreating,” say leaders.
Baptist church uncertain why it was targeted by anti-gay protesters
College Park Baptist Church in Greensboro, N.C., was visited by protesters during worship Aug. 23, but the LGBTQ-friendly church said it is uncertain why demonstrators…
Baptist minister, children pioneer sacred arts camp concept
Children recently attended the first Tabernacle Sacred Arts Camp at Freemason Street Baptist Church in Norfolk, Va., where they learned to build a mockup of…
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