A congregation decides to move beyond the traditional carol singing and finds harmony in community.
A pastor views the current opioid crisis within the context of need for compassionate and loving relationships.
Join the 60 churches of the Detroit Renaissance District on October 7 to make a difference in the city.
Intentionality guides two West Michigan women’s efforts to bring diversity and community into their families’ lives.
It’s time for the church to “put our focus back on what matters most — Jesus and relationships.”
Just as Christ confronted the powers of his day, his followers are called to political witness.
This month’s Perspective on Hope invites readers to re-examine the romanticized history of Thanksgiving.
Is your ‘coffee hour’ a formal family gathering or an free-wheeling entry point for newcomers?
A recent Barna survey identifies spiritual development and welcoming communities as the top reasons young adults will head for the pews.
Patricia Taylor, student at Asbury Theological Seminary, says soul care begins at the foot of a messy cross.