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A pastor who is an avid long-canoe racer makes an analogy of how racing is a metaphor for building a vital, Christ-like congregation.
A Presbyterian pastor is coordinating an effort to protect the Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northwest New Mexico.
A retired Presbyterian started a coffeehouse-based new worshiping community to serve her West Virginia community.
Most people like to attend worship in-person sometimes, and online at other times, depending on their needs at the time.
Science and faith are not at all incompatible. Faith gives us hope for a better world, and science provides the tools to help us get there.
Just as Jesus had a special affinity for the marginalized, so must we be in solidarity with people responsible for bringing food to our tables.
Living a life of faith means stepping out confidently into the unknown with hopeful assurance that God’s promises can be trusted.
A few simple practices of being present, listening before speaking, being vulnerable and seeking common ground can build community.
A rainstorm exposed a Virginia church’s brick wall built by slaves, and the church is repenting of its past and seeking to make amends.
A friend’s premature death surfaces thoughts about God’s power, strength, love and blessing, and the hope we must carry.