The Church’s great rummage sale

by Mark Wingfield

August 16, 2012

What beer can teach the church

by Zachary Bailes

August 15, 2012

Some ideas to ponder

by Don Flowers

August 14, 2012

Going to hell in a hand basket?

by Nell Green

August 9, 2012

Stones in my pocket

by Rebecca Husband Maynard

August 7, 2012

Did you support Chick-fil-A day?

by Alan Rudnick

August 3, 2012

Great answers to tough questions

by Greg and Helms Jarrell

August 3, 2012

A 100 year-old plus-mainline-congregation closes its doors. The church dies. What’s left? An empty shell of a building and a disbanded group of church members. Many have predicted the death of mainline churches for the last 20 years. People have “headed to the hills” or more accurately, to less connectional churches or no churches at all. I keep a pulse on my denomination, the American Baptist Churches USA, as it appears in the news. One “dead” congregation caught my attention. It is a New England American Baptist congregational and it died. After 163 years, the Massachusetts church closed its doors. [...]

The Honeymoon

by Ircel Harrison

July 31, 2012

The Honeymoon

Experience and Expertise Matter

by Thomas Whitley

July 30, 2012

The sixth sense

by Jayne Davis

July 27, 2012

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