Worship & Discipleship

A Wake Up Call for Gospel Artists

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The excessive commercialization of Gospel Music has threatened a genre that has significantly impacted the African American community for decades. The solution? Read more

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Gospel Throwback: Hezekiah Walker, “Christ Did It All”

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Part two of the Gospel Throwback, a three-part series examining the emergence of contemporary gospel music. Read more

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Is a Megachurch Worth Attending?

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What are the pros and cons of attending a Megachurch? Is it even worth it? Some reasons why people avoid large churches. Read more

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Attention Christmas Shoppers: Angel Tree Needs You!

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Angel Tree shares the true meaning of the season with incarcerated men and women and their children by providing Christmas gifts and financial support. Will you help? Read more

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Undoing the Damage of Sunday Morning Segregation

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A compelling new history of Southern Presbyterian churches reveals the challenge of moving on from American Christianity’s cultural captivity to racism and patriarchal idolatry. Read more

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Bedroom Hallelujahs

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The church has allowed the world to turn sex — what God intended to be beautiful — into ‘the nasty.’ This is part one in an occasional series on bringing God back into your bedroom. Read more

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Lord, Deliver Us from Smartphone Stupidity

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As the Internet goes mobile, phones and tablets have become symbols of our personal identity. But this latest digital divide could be bad for our souls. Read more

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Lecrae’s Balancing Act: Religion, Race, and Holy Hip-Hop

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Lecrae may be the best rapper you’ve never heard of. His synthesis of hip-hop and Calvinism has fans saluting his talent. But some question the wisdom of mixing rap with a predominantly ‘white’ theology. Read more

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Why You Should Stop Posting Meme Photos on Facebook

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Those photos with the snarky political and spiritual captions are doing more harm than good. If you value honest dialogue, resist the urge. Read more

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From Congo to Middle America

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Exiled thousands of miles from his family, African pastor Benjamin Kisoni finds purpose and hope in the U.S. by serving up soul food — and food for the soul. Read more

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