Why We Need to Practice Confession

How confessing our wrongs to others brings healing and change. Read More

Why Doesn’t the Church Engage Race Issues?

A conversation with Latasha Morrison about why Christians should take the lead in working toward reconciliation. Read More

Are We Missing Something Important About Prayer?

Why we need to add the element of lament into our prayer lives. Read More

It'd be easy to fret about the dramatic drop off in new church construction—which NPR reports as being at its lowest point since 1967—but the news isn't actually as bleak as it might appear. NPR suggests one possible reason for the decline in new church buildings is the rise of the house church movement. "With more religiously unaffiliated Americans than ever before, many congregations say they've become more committed communities by losing the pews and stained-glass windows of a central building."

"I don't know that everyone needs to do house churches," says Gary Alloway, who pastors a house church in Bristol, Penn. "But every church should be doing the things that house churches are doing — that ability for people to come into something right away and be known" ... Discuss

15 Martin Luther Quotes That Still Ring True

On the anniversary of his death, a few of the reformer's most influential quotes. Read More

The Most Ignored Commandment

It's one of the Bible's most well-known commandments. So why aren't we following it? Read More