An exploration of important questions facing The Body of Christ, why they matter, potential answers, and implications.
Is livestream killing the church?
The rise of the COVID-19 pandemic rocked the world at the beginning of 2020. Churches across the United States had to act fast and support their local communities, so they turne...
Exploringthefaith commentator: Megachurches can stunt spiritual growth
In the history of the Christian church, mega churches are relatively new, Curt Parton writes in a blog post on Exploringthefaith.com.
PRRI: Americans claiming no religious identity is ‘single largest religious group in the U.S.’
The number of Americans who identify as Christian has been steadily declining for decades, correlating with rising numbers of Americans that identify as unaffiliated with any re...
Exploringthefaith commentator explores if a church can be too small
Many worshipers have long complained about the size of “megachurches” but can churches also be too small?
Congregations continue long-running debate over pastors’ compensation
When it comes to answering God’s call, men and women of faith are quick to respond, although many questions linger, including whether they will be paid enough to support a family.
Author: ‘What else might God have in mind for this thing called church?’
"...true spirituality shows up in simple expressions of faith, hospitality, inclusion of the 'other,' acts of justice, compassion for the brokenhearted, and a lifestyle that com...
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