So when Paul calls the early church in Rome to practice hospitality, the Spirit is teaching God’s people “to pursue loving strangers.”
How should Christians respond in the midst of our polarizing political climate? By engaging in one of the most political acts available to us: Prayer.
The practice of gratitude can become a “sign post” for sabbath, reminding us each week to receive God’s gift of rest and renewal.
Forming faith practices with children takes intentionality, and practicing gratitude with children provides the opportunity to express thanks to God for his love and goodness.
This Thanksgiving, help families grow in gratitude by mailing them a fun, simple tool to use at home.
Technology distorts our sense of self . . . but this faith practice can help us realign.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents challenges for church gatherings. But what if it is also presenting us with new opportunities for faith formation?
In our visual culture, the images of anger, murder, sin, and injustice are constantly placed before us, and the challenge for the church is: how will we respond?
How is your church finding ways to encourage active participation in the life of the church at this time?