The Christian life begins and ends as we gather together to receive God’s gifts of forgiveness, life, and salvation in weekly worship. Whether you’re a service planner, worship leader, or hymn lover, you’ll sing for joy at these music posts.
Inspired by Philippians 1:21, this piece features a soaring tune that is supported by close, rich harmonies.
If we church musicians consider music essential to life, should we not also consider music literacy to be so?
When you’re at home, work, and in the world you grow in your faith by reading the Bible, devotions, and books. Here you’ll find encouraging and thought-provoking reads to keep you focused on God’s Word every day.
Imagine a large, bald ostrich, with its weird pink skin and awkward long neck and skinny legs. I was that ostrich at Weis Middle School.
This council was a meeting of Christian bishops during which heresies were condemned and a common confession of faith was developed.
Deeply studying God’s Word connects you with your Heavenly Father, your family of faith on earth, and even with those who have gone before you in the faith—expanding your understanding of the Christian life.
Understanding what each of these commissioned ministers is trained to do lays a foundation for understanding what commissioned ministry is.
What is the meaning of the Sixth Petition of the Lord's Prayer?
Gain confidence to teach the faith to the next generation. These posts will equip you to better understand Scripture and best pedagogical practices.
Here are some tips on how your church can reach out to families over the summer months.
Encouraging youth to invite peers to church events is not easy, but a simple invitation can open the doors of the church to those who...
Everyone has vocations at home, church, work, school, and the world. As you move and live in these spaces, these posts give you tangible ways to serve your neighbor.
As the year makes way from the business month of May to slower time of summer, here are three suggestions on how to use the Everyday Faith...
We often find ourselves thinking, "Surely life would improve if only we had more money." When does this become idolatry?