A sponsored post on Facebook for a piece of church music tech equipment prompted some responses the company probably didn't anticipate.
Have you listened to how someone's speech pattern changes when they bow their heads and start with the flowery prayer language?
There's an ongoing battle among pastors of both new and old congregations over fighting to avoid what's known as a consumer church.
When a pastor targeted by President Donald Trump in a tweet started catching flak, he posted a thoughtful response to it all.
I recently listed to a podcast with a popular Progressive pastor discussing the reasons Christians feel exhausted both in and out of church.
Most pastors understand the importance of projecting church hospitality, but what has to happen for a visitor to really feel welcome?
When I was 13 years old and newly-baptized, the pastor of youth at the church my family attended sent me a letter of encouragement.
The topic of church music came up recently during meetings I’ve attended concerning a new church planning to launch this year.
Is attending church online via a live stream the same thing as attending in person? The answer depends on whom you ask and what you're looking for.
Since writing about the politician who denied a female reporter access to his campaign over the Billy Graham Rule, I've seen interesting reactions.
A Mississippi gubernatorial candidate denied a female reporter's request to shadow his campaign over something informally known as the "Billy Graham Rule."
I'm neither a psychiatrist nor do I play one on television. But I'm fascinated by the patterns found in the typical Christian argument.
My theology received a compliment the other night when I spent time with a pastor who is in the process of starting a new church in my area.
For most churches, being baptized is a critical step. When I was a kid, the fact that I hadn't been by the time I was in grade school raised eyebrows.