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The ancient feast of Candlemas brings the Christmas season to an end and is a fitting bridge to the Church’s journey towards Easter.
A California church youth group on a mission trip experienced firsthand the racial injustice faced by farmworkers and their families.
Even with assistive technology, many people with disabilities may be sidelined from online worship services and other digital fellowship.
A West Virginia congregation turned a previously-used outdoor porch area into a safe place for prayer, meditation and socially-distanced fellowship.
A very small Tennessee congregation followed the promptings of the Holy Spirit and built up a homeless ministry, engaging the whole community.
Reviving Negro Spiritual music in its choir, the American Spiritual Ensemble performs to enthusiastic churches and audiences.
Before you purchase or commit to a technology product or service for your church, have a clear understanding of what you need to do.
In just the same way mending can repair a damaged garment, we can spiritually mend relationships that are in need of repair.
To break down the systems that cause poverty, our churches and faith communities need to be places of sustenance for people who are in need.
Five pastors share their thoughts about the hybrid church and worship practices that have emerged in response to the pandemic.