We seem to be OK saying we are sinners, but we don't we admit to specific sins.
Why do we struggle to admit our sins?
Does resolving differences always mean that someone has to change his or her convictions? How do we nurture healthy relationships in spite of our different perspectives about citizenship, allegiance and the use of violence to bring about good?
A one-month church planting internship helps a Tabor College student better understand his gifts and interests.
Why inter-generational relationships help teens develop a faith that sticks.
Psalm 102 reminds us that Jesus is God’s answer
Thomas needed evidence to believe that Jesus had risen from the dead and so do we.
Suggestions for how your congregations can care for the physical and spiritual health needs of your church family.
Differing were convictions given a fair hearing at BFL study conference that discussed two Confession of Faith articles—Society and State (Article 12) and Love and Nonresistance (Article 13).
Rick Bartlett, director of the graduate theological education program at Tabor College, shares his dreams for this new innovative program.
A new church plant in Utah County, Utah, is on schedule to become the second USMB church plant to be initiated during 2013.
I am not one to shy away from emotion or difficult conversations, but I found myself dreading navigating the death of our family pet with my girls.
Disciples of Jesus share the good news, whether they live in Southeast Asia or North America.
Rachel Held Evans' bestselling book prompts one man to rethink his marriage commitment.
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