Ariana Herlinger says: It can be easy to begin thinking that we, as individuals, don’t really need church. It’s not hard to practice Christian Science on our own. We have
Save the whales: Join The Mother Church. Think we’re kidding? Actually, when you join with “the greatest and holiest of causes” there’s really no end to the good you can
A conversation with Pastor Jeff Clark When we visited the St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Santa Barbara, California, a welcoming congregation greeted us. The service included singing as
The Rev. Dr. Ricky Porter is academically polished; he’s metaphysically deep; and at the same time he’s as funny and down-home a person as you’d ever want to meet. Check out
Shirley Paulson says: This is a fun kind of question, because it makes you stretch beyond the way you’ve thought about things before. So, to begin, I tried to imagine
If you haven’t yet had the pleasure, meet Paul White. Paul’s Stronghold School in Ventura, California is giving dropouts, street folks, ex-cons, and others the physical and metaphysical support they need to
QUESTION: Can church services be jazzed up? How can they be made more interesting to the younger generation? David Evans says: Most of us have been to a music concert.
QUESTION: Why are Christian Science churches emptier than they were 50 years ago? Bill Warrick says: There can be no doubt fewer people are attending Christian Science churches than 50