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Older adults mustn’t assume that exploring discipleship with younger adults is based on the same cultural assumptions and worldview as those from their generation. […] Read More

Scheduled for release on Oct. 1, a report will give the public a long overdue snapshot of female clergy across a wide spectrum of Christian denominations and traditions. […] Read More

U.S. churches don’t have to worry about the hardship of persecution. As a result, they often don’t realize or give thanks for the little things given to them every day. […] Read More

W.E.B. Du Bois, born 150 years ago in February 1868, adamantly opposed the idea of biological white superiority and called for full equality of blacks and whites. His legacy lives on. […] Read More

U.S. obesity rates have more than tripled over the last 40 years among those aged 19 and younger, a new CDC report says, increasing to 18.5 percent from 5.2 percent. […] Read More

If our mission is to be relevant in tomorrow’s world, our theology and practice will need to change. These 4 crucial issues will determine the quality of Christian mission into the next century. […] Read More

Hitler came to power out of people’s fear. They embraced an evil man, believing he was the only alternative to anarchy and communism. He promised to make Germany great again. Are we repeating history? […] Read More

Despite claims that federal anti-poverty programs have failed, social safety nets have been effective in reducing U.S. poverty over the past 50 years, a new report says. […] Read More

Agency refers to peoples’ ability to act and make decisions for themselves. Often, people have been stripped of their agency, treated as less than human. We must become agents of agency. […] Read More

Bivocational ministry is emerging as a necessity for many churches and denominations, but most theological institutions still focus on full-time church ministry and mostly ignore other ministry models. […] Read More