A jubilant graduate shares his thoughts during Grand Canyon University’s commencement ceremony. GCU conferred more than 16,100 degrees, the most in its 64-year history. (PRNewsFoto/Grand Canyon University)
A recent Associated Baptist Press article by Ken Camp, managing editor of the Baptist Standard, spotlights the ever-growing use of communication technology and its implications for churches. ASSOCIATED BAPTIST PRESS/Ken Camp — Social media may link people across the globe, while at the same time segmenting them generationally, one of American’s foremost scholars on technology [...]
NEW YORK/PRNewswire—USNewswire — Six months after Hurricane Sandy made landfall in the northeastern United States, washing over coastal barrier islands and causing an estimated $50 billion in wind and flood damage, the Episcopal dioceses of Easton, MD; New Jersey; Newark; New York; and Long Island are continuing to aid impacted communities and facilitate recovery efforts. [...]
More than 2,000 pastors and church workers converge on Greater Grace Temple May 8-10 to learn about 21st-century ministryLatest News Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
DETROIT/PRNewswire-USNewswire — The message is the same, but the methods have changed! How about having a pastor literally flying “above the stage” as he preaches in a theatrical presentation, or hosting a car show and gospel fest rolled into one? Well, more than 2,000 pastors, ministers and church staff workers from across the United States and [...]
Government, Business and Ministry Leaders from around the Nation Attend Special Worship Services
Health care reform changed many of the rules. So, make sure your church is following the current rulebook.
At my annual checkup, the doctor ordered a number of blood tests.
“Surprisingly smooth” is how Rob Cizek — executive pastor and an Emmy Awards-winning TV news director — describes his transition from the newsroom to the church world.
An attorney drills down on the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA).