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Some churches handle difficulties well; others avoid problems hoping they resolve themselves. The key is leadership. Here are 6 characteristics to help you identify your church’s mature leaders. […] Read More

Through his role at the World Evangelical Alliance, a Baptist leader from Lebanon is working to promote and protect religious freedom for all. […] Read More

When it comes to orphan care, few resources are available among progressive churches. Your church can start to turn that around by observing Orphan Sunday in November. […] Read More

Some Christians seem willing to support political leaders who lead in ways that violate basic human – much less Christian – principles because they think they will make the country stronger. But at what cost? […] Read More

What a Christian thinks about situation ethics depends on how it’s defined. Insofar as it means love reigns supreme over all rules, you’re in good company with Augustine and Luther on your side. […] Read More

Baptist churches are committed to help those affected by the conflict in East Ukraine. About 200,000 people have already received food, coal, heaters and other items, but more help is still needed. […] Read More

Christopher Columbus’ undeniable connection to the oppression of indigenous peoples and the beginnings of the transatlantic slave trade have led many to observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day. […] Read More

In the 1960s, one flavor of U.S. evangelical Christianity began to warn its young people about the dangers of situation ethics. What was it exactly? And was it as dangerous as they portended? […] Read More

The demon of racism will not leave if we choose to remain blind. We must confront the ugly truth before each of us. Only then will the demon of systematic racism be exorcised. […] Read More

‘The Neighborhood’

“The Neighborhood,” a new comedy starring Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield on CBS, raises important questions about racism and race relations, community and diversity. […] Read More