Helping Churches Helping Ferguson

It’s definitely been difficult to watch what’s happening in Ferguson over the past few weeks, and if you’re like me, you don’t know what to do. At OnFaith, they’re writing about ways you can help the churches that are helping Ferguson. It’s worth a look. [Read more...]

Catholics and Protestants Together?

This week at QIdeas, the question has been an interesting one: can Catholics and Protestants work together? The responses are interesting, including two videos and three articles that cover some of the challenges – and encouraging developments – across denominational barriers. Take a peek. [Read more...]

What Can Artists Teach the Church?

I’ve worked for and with a lot of arts-and-faith nonprofits, as well as a bunch of organizations and people that are interested in how the church can better “engage” with art and artists. So, I have often heard people ask what churches can do to support their artists. I’m really glad they’re asking that question, [Read More...]

A Film Festival and a Church, Together

There’s a lot of discussion in both the religious world and the film world about the often fractious relationship between the two. But last weekend, the New York Times reported on the well-respected True/False Film Festival . . . and the 4000-member Evangelical Presbyterian church that supports it, while letting it run mostly autonomously: It was Mr. [Read More...]


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