It’s all too easy to fall into despair, give up or become cynical about the epidemic of gun violence gripping the nation. Latasha Hobbs of Jacksonville, Florida, says don’t do it. Don’t give in. “Our country is hurting. We have…
Millennials and other religiously unaffiliated Americans are more and more eschewing clergy involvement in their weddings, but some ministers say that may not be a bad thing.
Members of the migrant caravan winding its way through Mexico voted Thursday night to continue toward the U.S. border, and President Trump has promised to meet them there with troops and stricter asylum rules. But faith is also going to…
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Shoppers like knowing they are contributing to a trade that doesn’t involve toxic materials, child-labor or sweatshops.
Congregations lamenting the dwindling presence of young adults from church and faith often need only to look within for the solutions.
Here’s what Baptist pastor Justin Joplin did on a recent Sunday: he ran a race at 8 a.m. then preached in his running clothes at 10 a.m. And his church was OK with that. “It was pretty cool,” Joplin said….
A fundraising campaign is underway to help the congregation of a New England church destroyed by lightning-induced fire on Oct. 23.
Denizens of the Gulf Coast are known as much for their healthy respect for hurricanes as they are for their disdain for evacuating them. Hurricane Michael has destroyed that attitude. “From now on they only have to say there is…