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After talking with Bishop Curry, my goals for this summer are love, church, service and kindness

I love summer. In fact, I love everything about summer. Last summer didn’t seem like normal as we battled the effects of COVID. But this year, as we get ready for the long, hot days, some things that ...

One year after George Floyd’s murder, faith leaders continue the call for racial reckoning

Los Angeles pastor Stephen “Cue” Jn-Marie is quick to point out the movement for Black lives and Black Lives Matter has been going on for eight years, but he believes it was “an act of God” that trans...

Ministry after 2020? The year when COVID-19 caused clergy stress to zoom to a new level

When training pastors and chaplains, educators frequently stress the need for “boundaries” between work and home. Clergy need — somehow — to find “personal” time, a...

2020 revisited: Repeat after me, White Catholic voters, White Catholic voters …

The two main November exit polls showed Joseph Biden, the first Catholic elected U.S. president since John F. Kennedy, won either 52% or 49% support among Catholics over-all. That’s quite the pl...

After COVID: Where do we go from here?

After 14 months of strict isolation and quarantine, vaccines are finally rolling out across the country with snowballing momentum. As of April 19, every American age 16 and older is eligible to receiv...

Promise Keepers plans a stadium rally after 20 year gap, will fight liberals and LGBTQ community

After a 20-year gap, Promise Keepers is making a comeback with a July rally in Arlington, Texas, that will call Christian men to fight against the LGBTQ agenda, its leader said. Ken Harrison, new pres...

Fox stands behind Tucker Carlson after ADL urges his firing

Fox Corp. is standing behind Tucker Carlson after the Anti-Defamation League last week called for the company to fire the opinion host for his on-air defense of the white-supremacist “great replacemen...

What I found hidden in my mother’s Bible after her death

On Easter this year, Christianity Today reposted an article written by J.I. Packer from the magazine’s April 10, 1981, issue. Packer was a complementarian and Calvinist, so there’s quite a bit on whic...

Months after two hurricanes, vaccinated volunteers finally heading to Lake Charles

Recovery has been painfully slow in Lake Charles, La., which remains a near-ghost town since being struck by two hurricanes last fall and cut off from the aid of faith-based groups due to the COVID-19...

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