churches

Holden Matthews has been arrested in connection with fires at three separate black churches in Louisiana.
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The friends we make in churches will often not stick with us or support us if something goes wrong. Only one church friend reached out to me to find out what happened and to offer support.
Muslim and Christian congregations are coming together to paint their sacred sites the color of joy.
Churches and other tax-exempt institutions are prohibited from political organizing, but Republicans want to change that.
In about one week, I'll be traveling to Boston to celebrate my 31st birthday. Imagine, for a second, me bringing the Bible
The deep brown shade that glazed the wood was almost heavier than the door. It melted the light that snuck in via the stained glass of glittering gold and grassy green into hues and shadows that crashed by the waves of my shivering feet.
The UNESCO World heritage site of the Dolomite mountain range in Northern Italy is known for its impressive peaks, probably because they are unlike any other peaks in the world.
On May 25 the New York Times published an op-ed by Thomas Friedman with the incendiary title, "Netanyahu, Prime Minister of the State of Israel-Palestine," which attempts to show just how far the Israeli Prime Minister has gone to destroy any notion of a two-state solution.
Orvieto Cathedral's Chapel of San Brizio is one of the most jaw-dropping pieces of art you'll see in Italy. Painted by Luca
The mission statement of Parish Collective, one of the Inhabit conference sponsors, summarizes the vital work of fostering
A 90-year-old man is working to finish his life's work: a grand cathedral. It is a cathedral with no trained architect, no government approval and no benediction from the Catholic Church. It is either the work of a madman or that of a prophet.
Theological education is in crisis. By itself, that's not new news. What's newsworthy is exciting new progress on the problems that's now coming up with solutions -- real, viable solutions. Tinkering with the old structures isn't enough anymore.
Christians share a story of a refugee family, but when they come to speak of the communities of faith in which they now live and practice their belief, they speak of Churches - of buildings, of stone and wood and glass, not refugees.
People are afraid of Alzheimer's. According to surveys, Americans are more afraid of getting Alzheimer's than we are of dying. So we deny it and we avoid it for as long as possible. It's only when Alzheimer's knocks at our own door, it seems, that we seek information, support, and healing.