Yesterday, The New York Times ran a story about five pastors who have served the president in a variet
I have a confession to make.
Rick Warren, the most prominent evangelical pastor of our day, has established a highly successful program arranging teams from his church to help specific villages in Africa.
I don't honestly think about "women in ministry issues" a whole lot. I guess I just go about my work not thinking of myself as a female pastor, just a pastor. I have almost never felt directly discounted for being a woman in my work.
I guess that people are on a journey when it comes to faith. Some admit to being on a journey, while there are those who state they have arrived.
Each year on March 8 the world takes time to observe International Women's Day.
It's a new world we're living in. The troubles and hardships that were once easy to shove under our country's red, white, and blue rug now fly up in our faces on a daily basis.
That U.S. megaphone of amazing grace, Shane Claiborne, was recently moved to tears after witnessing a youth gathering in Australia.
In this week's town hall meetings, President Obama demonstrated an important aspect of his office: Pastor-in-Chief.