I read an interesting article the other day focusing on the importance of church hymnals as a critical part of genuine worship.
If you’re going to have an Easter egg hunt, people tend to get upset if you remove the word ‘Easter’ from the event’s title.
When a church focuses more on legalism than on Jesus Christ, it creates an atmosphere in which the rules become more important than the relationship with God.
Some churches have what seems to be a skewed version of Christian fellowship and it could make an uncomfortable situation even worse.
NPR ran an interesting story about Christian podcasts and the podcast producers who are taking conversations you aren’t likely to hear in church to a new platform.
On Ash Wednesday, a small number of Christians across the country were having their foreheads marked with ashes that also contained glitter.
It appears Pope Francis has had enough from Christian hypocrites and he had some harsh words, specifically for Catholics who say one thing and do another.
Over the years, I’ve heard Christians talk about being on the receiving end of cruel remarks meant to ‘snap’ them back in line.
Mass shootings over the years may be prompting security fears serious enough to make some uncomfortable attending a church service.
What are Christians supposed to do when they believe unfailingly in God but reach a point where they don’t seem to feel God?
I’m sure we’ve all attended a ‘good funeral.’ We’ve probably made the comment about certain services. But what does that mean?
Churches are scrambling to attract more Christian millennials, but do church planners have the right recipe for success in mind?