An Anglican priest penned an essay about the dangerous lack of authority over Christian bloggers and why everyone of faith should take it seriously.
I recently saw an interesting — and quite disturbing — comment designed to warn a blogger who ventured into the area of church criticism.
I read an interesting article the other day focusing on the importance of church hymnals as a critical part of genuine worship.
Mass shootings over the years may be prompting security fears serious enough to make some uncomfortable attending a church service.
My best friend and I had an interesting conversation about which church worship style we prefer…and of the two main types, I’m looking for ‘other.’
I’ve come to believe that two of the most disappointing words you could find on a church’s website are ‘Biblical inerrancy.’
For some believers, I think it’s like being Christians in limbo: feeling confident in your beliefs, but questioning how churches behave themselves.
An article about the need for Christian fellowship argues that God meets us face to face: have you seen the face of God?
A new study suggests most who claim they’re searching for a new church place better preaching as the key factor that will help them make up their minds.
A recent survey tried to determine what it would take for people who are not going to church to start going.
The Southern Baptist Convention approved a resolution this week urging Christians to stop displaying the Confederate battle flag.
I can definitely remember where I was one year ago today when the Charleston church shooting left nine people dead. It’s hard in a …