Anti-Semite's Rampage Devastates Jews, Christians By: Molly Marshall People were gunned down and killed at two Jewish centers on Sunday. This tragedy requires better thinking about guns, religious liberty and humanity's propensity to scapegoat "others."
Faith-Based Movies are Crowding the Silver Screen By: Shaun King An intriguing number of faith-based films are being released in 2014. Whether you lament or celebrate these films, remember this: They can inspire our faith, but it's our responsibility to nurture it.
3 Ways for Your Church to Navigate the Giants By: Bill Wilson Your church may face seemingly insurmountable obstacles, like the giants in the land that sparked fear in most of the Israelites. Here are three things you need to navigate those obstacles.
Why Science and Faith Don't Have To Be At Odds By: Colin Harris Does scientific understanding represent an assault on the truth of the Bible? Rather than pit science and faith against each other, we can be religiously faithful and scientifically honest. Colin Harris
It's Not Just What You Give to Church but Why By: Danny Chisholm Preaching on financial giving may not be every pastor's favorite sermon topic, but it's important for the family of faith. What we give financially impacts the lives of others, and no one else can give for us. Danny Chisholm
6 Signs Your Congregation Doesn't Smell Right By: Bill Wilson What kind of aroma does your church culture have? Here are six ways to tell if your congregational culture has the sweet smell of success or stinks to high heaven. Bill Wilson
Robin Sandbothe, director of seminary relations at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, Kan, discusses the role of social media technology in fostering community at CBTS. Learn more about CBTS at cbts.edu.