November 9, 2021
Federal rules pushed by President Joe Biden clash with orders by governors in some states.
Blessed are the hands of Mike Gann, who has a heart for the elderly and ministers to multitudes with his heavenly carrot cakes.
Post-pandemic church: Five takeaways from a panel discussion on the future of Churches of Christ.
As churches struggle to reunite, the KERYGMA Preaching Conference explores Israel’s sputtering return from exile.
For over a year, flagship nonprofits, schools and publishers walked the gauntlet of remote work, sick employees and layoffs.
Louisiana church member brings the Gospel and much-needed consistency into the lives of prisoners.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought changes to the Lord’s Supper. Some could be lasting, two surveys find.
George Floyd’s killing inspired two Christian women — one Black, one White — to form Shades of Grace Sisters.
As in-person Bible classes resume, some churches hit the ‘reset button,’ hoping not just to impart knowledge of Jesus, but also to help students take him to their communities.
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