Other Feature Stories

More Americans Turn to Google Than Prayer for Making Decisions

While many Americans say they pray when faced with a major life decision, even more say they rely on their own research, according to a new study on religion in everyday life.

Prison Ministry Not a Priority for Most Protestant Pastors, Churches

Most Protestant pastors want to help prisoners and their families. But their churches often lack the training or finances to run an effective prison ministry.

View of the Bible Divides Nominal and Practicing Christians

In their attitude toward the Bible, nominal Christians are closer to non-Christians than they are to practicing believers.

Churchgoing is a Healthy Habit, Research Shows

Skipping church might just kill you.


Cellphones at Church: Benefits and Cautions

According to a Pew Research survey, 96 percent of American adults say it’s “generally not OK” to use a cellphone at church or during a worship service. But can there be legitimate uses during a church service?

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On Our Radar

6 Books On Our Radar for Spring 2016

Six books that we took notice of and think you should as well, including works from Tim Keller, Leonce Crump, Robby Gallaty, and more.

7 Ways to Handle Ministry Criticism

However unpleasant, effective leaders must learn to live with the criticism. If you’re going to lead, you’re going to be attacked.

Lecrae: What I Wish Christians Had Told Me

“The Scripture is like one big, unbroken story about people who decided to follow God and ended up failing almost as much as they succeeded.”

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