Culture

A gift to be simple

Lent offers perfect opportunity for Christians to contemplate simple living.

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Church sold as members go missional

An aging congregation in the Atlanta area could not sustain its property, so now it will become a retail center.

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Enneagram gaining in Baptist life

An ancient personality typing system helps participants better know themselves -- and God -- teachers and participants say.

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Working poor a ministry focus

Despite reports of economic recovery, the number of individuals in "working poor" families has reached almost 48 million.

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True Love Waits turns 20

Founders, participants say the faith-based abstinence program helps youth who wish to remain "pure" in a sexualized society.

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Baptist church sign wows NYC, media

Madison Avenue Baptist sign messages draw visitors, social media and newspaper, online stories.

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Super Bowl big day for traffickers

Baptists and other faiths joined law enforcement in combating human trafficking in New Orleans before and during the Super Bowl.

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So help me God?

Ceremonial words added at the end of the presidential oath of office, and not required by the Constitution, raise interesting questions about the role of faith in public life in a religiously pluralistic society.

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Wild Goose 2013 dates announced

Two thousand tickets go on sale this week for the 2013 Wild Goose Festival, scheduled Aug. 8-11 in Hot Springs, N.C.

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‘Zero Dark Thirty’ as lament

“Zero Dark Thirty” is a visceral lament upon a decade of conflict and pursuit of one who caused this nation so much pain. Viewing the film creates an opportunity for people to gather communally and remember, grieve and have closure.

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