There are signs and symbols in each of our lives that serve as reminders to us of God's providence.
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Thanks to generous supporters, Barnabas Foundation celebrates a record-breaking 9,890 grants (totaling $67 million) to churches, nonprofit ministries and other charitable organizations in 2019.
Graduating from college or seminary? Looking for a church or nonprofit job? Here are seven easy things you can do to give your application materials the best chance of nabbing you an interview.
At 46 days (when you include Sundays), Lent is almost twice as long as Advent. Use these simple paper chains to help children visualize the countdown to Easter.
What would happen if, instead of talking about how giving changes others, you framed it in terms of how it changes them personally?
Here's how one church insured that new faith formation initiatives would live on past their committee work.
In this article, I will examine how a few contemporary mission thinkers have appealed to the altar to the unknown God in Acts 17:23. We will attempt to answer the question “Does the apostle Paul actually affirm the religiosity of the Athenians via the altar, and by extension, can we affirm the religiosity of adherents of other religions or of the validity of aboriginal/indigenous religion?”
Intergenerational small groups are rare. But the benefits for adults, kids, and teens are incalculable. Here's one group's story.
If you are looking for a book around which to gather local clergy to have good conversation on transitions, The Second Mountain is an approachable and compelling read.