Today marks the first anniversary of the Po
Historically, the number of individuals who say they have no religious affiliation in America ranges between 5-10%, but a new poll conducted by Robert Putnam (of http://www.amazon.com/gp/p
Interestingly enough, people sometimes get surprised and/or offended when they hear me say that I do not want to be tolerated or included.
There were some remarkable outcomes to last week's Mobilization to End Poverty, with nearly 50 sponsors an
Many of you have attended a class at church designed to help you discern your spiritual gifts.
I rarely agree with Mark Driscoll. Yet he points to something when he said:
As I process the conversations I had recently at EVDC09 (a gathering of emerging church participants to discuss the future of Emergent Village), I realized that one of the topics that keeps surfaci
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary for May.
There is a lot more to the swine flu outbreak than a virus and a vaccine: There is, surprise surprise, a political-economic context.
In this clip, Pastor Efrem preaches from the book of Proverbs, specifically chapters 10-18, in which there is a contrast made between the righteous person and the wicked person.