Most of us have jobs that we need to attend, and most of the time we don't want to be there. We view work as a burden, but what does work really mean? Does the gospel have anything to say about work? Dr. Greg Forster discusses a theology of work in this Seven Minute Seminary.
Is your church a Pokémon Go stop? Jenny Williams shares how you might care for the souls of those who are looking for little critters at your church.
For many churches across the United States, the move from being a multigenerational church (comprising several generations) to an intergenerational church (several generations interacting with one another) is a pipe dream. For Holly Allen and Christine Ross, this shift is totally possible.
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How can families use technology responsibly? Ben Snyder reviews the book, The Tech-wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in its Proper Place, by Andy Crouch.
In some confession liturgies, the congregation asks forgiveness because "we have not heard the cry of the needy." But, sometimes it can be really hard to listen. Karen Vine shares her experience of finding listening difficult.
Marriage should not be characterized by secrets hidden in the shadow, separation, image maintenance, or the overestimation of one's own capacities at the expense of the underestimation of those of your partner.
Dr. Jim Pettit, Coordinator of Family Life Ministries for the Church of the Nazarene, offers insight for pastors ministering to the growing number of blended families in their church community.
Do you remember that mean kid who bullied you in school? Sometimes it seems like we have those people in our lives as adults. Heather Butler shares four thoughts to help you handle the mean kid on the playground of life.
How in the world can a Christian navigate the dating world? Katie Heckel shares some helpful dos and don'ts for dating.