Taking Ashes to the Streets: A Q&A with Sara Miles

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“Sometimes, worshiping in a church building, you can be tempted by the fantasy that God is manageable. On the street,  though, anything can happen. The sequence is unpredictable. It’s just too hard to pretend I’m in control.” – Sara Miles, author of City of God While many Christians will make their way to a church building [Read More...]

Churches Need to Call a “Gang Truce” in Order to Reach Youth

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By Romal Tune Why are young people uninterested in attending church, specifically young people with no recent family history of attending church? In many urban centers similar to where I grew up, churches are dealing with one or possibly two generations of un-churched teens and young adults. Their grandparents went to church, their parents went [Read More...]

Remembering Francis: From 12th Century Rebel to 21st Century Pope

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Today (October 4), Christians around the world remember one of the great heroes of our faith, and the Pope’s namesake – Francis of Assisi. But Francesco Bernadone (Francis of Assisi), who died on October 3, 1226 must be laughing at the irony of it all. He was one of the first critics of capitalism, one [Read More...]


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