Instead of focusing on what divides them, growing numbers of Christians from across the spectrum are looking together for common ground.
Pastors waiting in Hurricane Sandy's path are most concerned about church members and ministry clients who are least able to care for themselves.
Bombing in Lebanon highlights need for prayer above anything else in the aftermath of tragedy, Baptists say.
Long a practice of the Catholic and Episcopal churches, animal blessing ceremonies are now cropping up in Baptist settings as creation and pets become more important to many Christians.
Why do people spend so much time thinking about things that matter so little?
Do you have a special place where you go to gain perspective when the burden of life presses down? So, surely, must have had the writer of Psalm 139.