Many Church Discipleship Programs Overlook This By: Larry Eubanks Some church discipleship programs overlook an important task given to humans: to take care of God's creation. We are called to care for each other as well as the plants and animals in need of protection.
What Americans Can Learn from Not Being in America By: Elizabeth Evans Hagan We so easily take the dignity away from those who live outside the U.S. We often neglect the many gifts that come from being American. Here are three lessons we can learn when we're not in America.
Value Your Church, Whatever Its Faults May Be By: Colin Sedgwick Churches may have their faults, but one of the greatest joys and privileges of being a Christian is that you are a member of the family of God, gathered together with others in a local congregation.
God Calls Us to Share, Learn and Work Together By: Ircel Harrison The Christian life is not meant to be a solitary pursuit. Our vertical relationship with God finds its expression in a horizontal relationship with other believers. Ircel Harrison
Why Real Worship Should Move You to Tears By: Bill Wilson Genuine worship should evoke a humility that's missing in many Christians. What will it take for us to be swept into a spirit of unity that moves us to shed tears of joy at the altar? Bill Wilson
6 Ways Your Faith Affects How You Live By: Jon Kuhrt Faith must make a difference in how we live. Even small acts can make big differences to others. Here are six ways your faith should influence your life. Jon Kuhrt
Watch this two-minute clip from "Through the Door," a documentary from EthicsDaily.com on prisons and faith, about how Christians are called to be gracious and merciful. This clip features Jim Thomas, pastor of The Village Chapel, in Nashville, Tennessee. The Village Chapel is a supporting church for The Next Door (thenextdoor.org). More at ThroughTheDoor.info.