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Ed Stetzer

Ginning-Up Outrage Is No Way to Live

Dave Schmelzer | Posted 08.03.2015 | Religion
Dave Schmelzer

Feeding outrage against the evil, outside world serves a noble purpose in our bounded sets -- if there be lions out there, better to keep our walls high. But, though we get the comfort of feeling righteous, we pay the cost of unease, of perpetually being stirred-up. In a world of outrage, our systems stay in some level of constant high-alert.

Hospitality Beyond the Holidays: 10 Influencers Who Make Room for Others Year Round

Sarah Cunningham | Posted 02.01.2014 | Religion
Sarah Cunningham

Though some may find it trite when their Facebook feeds fill up with posts about gratefulness, I enjoy the gentle reprieve. To hear people intentionally looking for the good when so many days it is the bad that is easier to find.

Huge Number Of Americans Believe Prayer Can Heal Mental Illness

Posted 09.23.2013 | Religion

A recent study by LifeWay Research has found that a "third of Americans – and nearly half of evangelical, fundamentalist, or born-again Christians ...

Jaweed Kaleem

Southern Baptists Have Fewest Baptisms Since The 1950s And Are Losing Members: Report | Jaweed Kaleem | Posted 09.20.2012 | Religion

Baptisms in the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation's largest Protestant denomination, have dipped to their lowest point in 60 years, according to...