Faith Leaders Weigh How to Address Immigration With Their Congregations
At a workshop in L.A., interfaith social justice advocates made the case to more than 30 pastors why they and their churches need to fight for immigrant rights.
How toddlers are renewing my faith
Those who follow me on social media will realize that I am obsessed. It’s our grandchildren. Honestly, I used to secretly believe that all the grandparenting hype—sharing pictures and telling stories ad nauseum—was way over the top.
What does a Christian mean by "Faith"?
Thursdays at 6:30 PM in CFS 123. This week's topic is a doozy. Come participate, especially our new #SHSU22 !!
How People of Faith Should Respond to Paris
Our first response to the horrible and frightening violence of Paris should be grief. False religion always makes the religious grieve, but when it engag...
Missouri faith groups learn disaster preparedness skills
When a tornado devastated Joplin in spring 2011, South Joplin Christian Church didn’t have a plan. “The reality is that I remember no conversations where
Q&A: How to be a Christian in a society that's increasingly skeptical of faith
David Kinnaman is the president of Barna Group and co-author of the new book, "Good Faith."
How Technology is Changing Millennial Faith
They’re called digital natives for good reason—Millennials certainly stand apart from other generations in terms of their technological savvy. They’re also in a class of their own when it comes to faith experience and practice. But what happens when the unique spiritual and technological trends among Millennials collide? Our latest study explores just that.
3 minutes, 28 seconds with the tough Faith questions
Taking on the tough Faith questions - More Than You Realize Movement - a priest starts the conversation on the strees of downtown Denver.
The Year of Faith and how we’re called to live it
In leading us into the Year of Faith, which began October 11, Pope Benedict calls on each of us as believers to “rediscover [God’s] joy,” to “radiate [God’s] word,” and to make our Christian witness “frank and contagious.” Now those are wonderful words, but how do we actually live them? We need to begin by realizing that we’re not being asked to do the impossible – only the uncomfortable and inconvenient Benedict is asking us to examine our hearts and our habits of…
Why Food Matters to Faith
The rise of the new food movement puts an interesting question to Christians: Is what we eat a matter of faith?
How Does Faith Save Us?
For by grace you have been saved through faith…. – Ephesians 2:8 This year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. At the heart of the celebration is Luther’s insistence that we are saved by grace through faith and not by good works. But how, exactly, does faith save us? Some people think about …
What is faith?
This week's discussion topic is 'faith'. What is it? What isn't it? Is it informed or blind? Click the link to learn more. Thu 6-7pm CFS 123. All are welcome.
How Jesus Helped His Disciples Increase Their Faith
Faith does not come from getting our act together. It comes from recognizing God’s freedom to bless us even while we’re still a mess.
What's Happening at CtK: How much faith is enough?
In this issue: Baptism Sunday, breakfast for dinner, flu shot clinic, confirmation kick-off, and more.
Why Deepening Your Faith is Critically Important
TV Host and author, Brandon Hatmaker, will discuss developing a deeper faith that grows as we expand our view of the gospel, and how that faith works through us.
What's Happening at CtK: Faith is trending.
In this issue: Youth musical goes viral, Cristo Rey begins worship in Spanish, and more!
Ratzinger’s advice for keeping the faith amidst grave scandal
In 1968, then-theologian Joseph Ratzinger wrote in his work Introduction to Christianity a brief chapter on the Church, and he began in a way that seems highly relevant, even prophetic, today: R…
What We Do The Service of Faith and the Promotion of Justice
The Society of Jesus began, appropriately enough, with a bunch of college students living far from home During the 1530s, Ignatius of Loyola gathered up a small band of fellow students at the University of Paris. They called themselves “amigos in el Senor,” Friends in the Lord. The companions took vows of poverty and pledged to stay together and keep serving Christ and the world, after earning their degrees. A little over a decade later, the first Jesuit school opened, in Messina, Sicily,…
How can we strengthen faith formation classes?
Children can flex their learning muscles and begin to talk more deeply about their faith with a more “conversational” catechesis.
Why Faith Ringgold Matters
In 1967, a year of widespread race riots in America, Faith Ringgold painted a 12-foot-long canvas called American People Series #20: Die. The work sh...