Preacher: Gary Musser | Series: The Church: What Is It? Week three.
Why Google and BuzzFeed Need the Church
When big corporations make big moral decisions, where is the church’s voice?
Dallas Willard: How Jesus Handled Pressure
Jack Graham, senior pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas, and former president of the SBC, says he and his congregation are “concerned about the direction of the Southern Baptist Convention, and feel the need to make some changes in the way we give.”
The Church: What Is It? The Great Power Of The Church
Preacher: Gary Musser | Series: The Church: What Is It? Week four.
Why You Shouldn’t Give Up On the Church
I grew up in the Church. No really, I grew up in the church. As a pastor’s kid, I spent countless hours in church and doing church activities. I am a church native and familiar with all its quirks and cultural oddities, with all its strengths and all its failings. As the son of prominent evangelic
What You Think is Da Deal
Faith Christian Center of San Francisco is a non-denominational, multicultural, Spirit filled Church committed to impacting our community with the love of Jesus and equipping believers with the Word o
What to do when you are Bible Stumped
What happens when a friend asks you a question in the Bible and you are stumped? What do you do? Here are 3 things you can do.
What happens when we die?
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People with schizophrenia on what it's like living with the condition
'Most distressing of all is when I go into a bad episode and see my friends being hurt or killed.'
People and Partners Transform Urban Spaces in Richmond
Photo by Don Gosney With Love Your Block, Cities of Service and the City of Richmond, California, have helped citizens transform urban spaces and revitalize their communities Located along a Safe Route to School path in North Richmond, California, Rancho Market & Deli hasn’t always been a safe place for students and neighbors to gather. Vandalism and violence plagued the corner store for many years. Despite the efforts of store owner Lucky Braimah to keep the store family-friendly, including making it the only alcohol-free store in the area, the market was badly in need of cleaning and new paint to help improve the neighborhood’s perception of the space Love Your Block, a nationwide Cities of Service…