October 6, 2020
Nonprofit lenders step in to help African American congregations that have had trouble securing loans despite having their finances in order.
Churches in London join together “to speak up against injustices and racism.”
Some readers have noticed a recent style change by The Christian Chronicle in our reporting on race. Here’s an explanation of the change.
Wow! You’ll want to watch this all the way to the end.
“Most congregations aren’t malicious but are simply unaware of some small things that contribute to a young minister’s encouragement — or discouragement.”
Park Linscomb, a Texas native who became one of New England’s longest-tenured ministers, recently returned to his roots.
“Whatever you decide, whatever approach you take, if you’re going to faithfully worship Jesus in the current situation, you’ll have to work at it — maybe for the first time in your life.”
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