David Sanford suggests seven essential books
You’re called into a meeting to discuss a problem or situation.
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed two bills that endorse inclusion of a religious message or symbols at the country’s war memorials.
Uneasy with the Call to Action’s proposed restructuring, leaders of one special-interest group have submitted an alternative reorganization for The United Methodist Church’s top lawmaking body to consider.
Every position of leadership has its nuances. We pastors are no different.
Have you ever wondered where you are going to get all of the volunteers you need in your ministry?
When was the last time you’ve shown appreciation for your employees or your co-worker?
When outspoken Christian quarterback Tim Tebow threw for 316 yards to help Denver upset favored Pittsburgh in the playoffs, millions flocked to the Internet to search for John 3:16 — so much so that the day after the game, that Bible verse was the No. 1 search on Google.
In a landmark decision for churches, the U.S. Supreme Court has for the first time ruled that a “ministerial exception” allows congregations and religious groups to hire and fire ministers free of federal employment discrimination laws.
Two proposals hover near the top of the controversy list as The United Methodist Church approaches this spring’s General Conference. The first would restructure the denomination, including consolidating nine of the church’s 13 general agencies under a 15-member board.The second would end job guarantees for ordained elders in good standing.