Michael Chancellor is a private practice counselor working with veterans and survivors of trauma.
What is the relationship between Christian identity on the one hand and national identity or affiliation on the other? Does God care which side of a border someone is born on?
Many speakers offered inspiration and challenge at the 2022 “Space for Grace” conference organized by the American Baptist Home Mission Societies. While we must speak truth to power, we must also speak truth to the powerless.
A report on pastoring during the pandemic was released in early September, providing insight and reflection on the experience of ministers during this time. Several faith leaders offer their reaction and response to the report’s findings.
In a global survey, adults across the world expressed a desire for more coverage of religious news. Journalists acknowledged the dearth of coverage and shared reasons for the trend.
A fundamentalist Christian farmer in Texas shipped five red heifers to Israel. The reason is both straightforward and complex, relying on a particular theological framework and interpretation of the Bible.
A collection of parables in Luke’s gospel that focus on the nature and challenges of discipleship have been the focus of recent Lectionary texts. They offer much “food for thought” in our increasingly “monetized” world.
Most U.S. adults affirm worshipping alone as an alternative to corporate gatherings. This was one of the findings from a new LifeWay Research report, which asked questions about theological and social issues.
What are the things that Jesus said his disciples “must” do? Charles R. Alexander reflects on this question in his book ‘Necessary Christianity,’ offering insight about the true meaning of Christian discipleship.
Tears welled up on a recent morning walk, as a song brought to mind the joyful memories of family holidays by a river in east Texas. It was a reminder that we should seek solace, and solitude, as we work for justice.
Most U.S. adults say health care in general in the U.S. is handled poorly, according to a new AP-NORC report. Many want to see a more significant role for the federal government, including expanding Medicare and Medicaid.
“No one is above the law.” A former president is presenting a significant challenge to this view for the first time in America’s history. Will the nation affirm this longstanding principle?
A movement is underway in the U.S. that is seeking to fundamentally alter several key institutions across our nation. From school boards to voting process to nationalizing religion, this movement is toxic and destructive to freedom and democracy.
A new resource from the Lake Institute for Faith and Giving aims to help faith leaders navigate the challenges of a changing landscape. It is designed to be used by individuals or small groups of leaders.
Over the course of this long and arduous journey, there’s one phrase I continue to hear in numerous variations from Samford University: “We love LGBTQ students, but…” It’s well past time for that to change.