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Attending church is good for your health. Now what?

Published in May by researchers from Vanderbilt University, the study found that middle-aged adults who attended religious services at least once in the past year were half as likely to die prematurely as those who didn’t.

Unlikely Feminist: A Male Perspective on Women in the Church

The role of women in the church is one of evolution and change. It should give all of us reason to celebrate when women are recognized as leaders in local congregations and denominations.

Easter’s Invitation to Community

This Easter, Rev. Martin Elbert invites you to let being a part of a worship community change you.

Growing up on the ‘white’ side of town

“White people need to wake up.” In response to all the frightening stories making news concerning ‘New White Supremacy” and rise of the ‘Alt Right,’ I wish to share what life was like growing up in Hayden Lake, Idaho.

Faith isn’t ‘normal’

After a summer among the poor my comfort zone is gone.

Living in the Post Theology Church

The megachurch church and church growth movement took the cross and the theological language out of the church and replaced the expository sermon with a self-help topical sermon, leading to a weakening of Christian theology

God? Meaning of life? Many Americans don’t seek them in church

The “seekers” have left the church — if they ever came. LifeWay Research has taken a close look at what might draw them in, zeroing in on people who say they have not attended a religious service in the past six months except for special events or holidays.

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