Roundup: After-school care, post-religion, the art of losing, being Christian, Syria, planning pastors
Children from low-income communities are being further disadvantaged with limited access to out of school hours care, new research shows.
The United States is currently in the throes of a spiritual awakening, says Diana Butler Bass.
Jesus teaches the art of losing. It’s one of the reasons why some of us still sit in darkened churches on a Thursday and Friday night.
The former bishop of Oxford tells us about books that explore what it means to be a Christian – from St Augustine and medieval mysticism to grappling with Dostoyevsky and more modern dilemmas.
The Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church have added their voices to the growing call for the UN Security Council to demonstrate a united opposition to the violent actions of the Syrian regime.
A new Barna Group study examined how pastors of Protestant churches plan to improve the strategic, operational, and administrative aspects of their ministries.