It’s easier to deconstruct faith, but harder to reconstruct. This book has some good ideas.
How can we pass on faith to the next generation? Here are some ideas, based on many years of experience, that should be useful to parents and church leaders.
American christians are deeply polarised over their response to Donald Trump. Why is this, and where does it leave the church?
What if, as well as talking and learning and speaking to others about our faith, we tried to put his radical teachings into practice in our daily lives?
Is a new religion of christian nationalism being formed in the US, and in Australia? Or is it an old heresy re-vitalised?
Someone I know had an interesting picture come into their mind recently. They were lying in bed, about to drift off, when they “saw” a group of people standing near the edge of a cliff, a little like the one in the picture above. The people were looking this way and that over unexplored territory. […]
Protestant church services have included long sermons since before we were all born. But the coronavirus pandemic may be changing all that.
Jesus told a little parable against the Jewish religious leaders that I don’t recall ever hearing anyone preach on. It’s in Matthew and Luke, and it tells of two sons.
In these troubled times, people’s mental health is under stress, but there are things we can all do, and churches can do, to help.
A recent report offers hope that churches may make some helpful changes that will improve how they serve the world.