What impact does white supremacy have on the mission of God? What lies do stay-at-home mothers tell themselves? What tragedy in Iceland should you be aware of? And how should young professionals engage their work? Get answers to these questions and more from Scott Hildreth, Jasmine Holmes, Liberty McArtor and Jessica Schroeder in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
Have you ever had a crisis of faith? If you are a pastor, do you know someone in your congregation who has gone through something traumatic that may have led that person to doubt Christian doctrine? Talking about doubt is not popular in evangelical Christian communities. We avoid wrestling with issues of faith and doubt… Read More
As a professor at the College at Southeastern and Southeastern Seminary, I have the privilege of working with students, many of whom are preparing for a future in vocational ministry. Many of my students work during their time here in Wake Forest. They serve as janitors, waitresses, store clerks, IT — anything to pay the… Read More
Addressing issues of faith and work may seem insignificant to some pastors. After all, there’s usually some crisis in the world that you need to address publicly or some particular struggle within the congregation to which you need to give attention. And with all that goes on in most churches, we often neglect seemingly mundane… Read More
1 in 68 children has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. These numbers suggest that families all around you wrestle with this issue. They’re in your neighborhoods, schools, family reunions and churches. Yet most of us know little about autism. In a recent post, we sought to remedy this problem by sharing what autism parents wish… Read More