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5 Facts About African American's Religious Lives from the Pew Research Center

Two Generations Unfamiliar Positive Advances in Christian-Jewish Relations

Two Generations Unfamiliar Positive Advances in Christian-Jewish Relations

For centuries, Europe and North America were the centers of Christian and Jewish populations and the sources of religious leadership. However, today most Christians reside in Central and South America, Africa and Asia while Christians in Europe and North America are older, and their numbers are declining or barely holding steady.

In Trust Center President Amy Kardash Discusses New Grant Opportunities

In Trust Center President Amy Kardash Discusses New Grant Opportunities

 
Join In Trust Center president Amy Kardash as she discusses a new grant opportunity available in 2018. During this brief presentation and Q&A, she’ll explain what a resource grant is, who can benefit, and how to apply.
February 7, 2018 1 pm online free webinar through the In Trust Center Resources Grants. [Details and Registration]
 

Lilly Endowment Grant for Parish Ministry Enrichment Programs

Lilly Endowment Grant for Parish Ministry Enrichment Programs

The McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame has been awarded $1 million by Lilly Endowment Inc. to expand programs for ordained and lay pastoral leaders in a shifting ministry landscape.

New Colloquy For Rural Churches And For Latino/a Clergy

New Colloquy For Rural Churches And For Latino/a Clergy

“We are excited about these two new Colloquies,” said Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning and Director of Online Education at the seminary. “The leadership teams bring excellent skills and experience, and the support from the Lilly Endowment allows the CLL to broaden our outreach to clergy groups that tend to have specific interests and concerns that may be overlooked.

Make an Impact Work Together

Make an Impact Work Together

To make an impact, the religious community must work together, according to Rev. Dr. Alvin Edwards, founder of the Charlottesville Clergy Collective.

Reflecting on Race

Reflecting on Race

Public Discipleship on Race, Politics, and Justice: The Asian American Center hosts a conversation reflecting on race. [Watch Now].
 

Faith as Articulated Through The Marketplace & Celebrity

Faith as Articulated Through The Marketplace & Celebrity

Consuming Religion, by Kathryn Lofton: "A wide-ranging and thought-provoking account of religion and spirituality in America explores how faith is articulated through the marketplace and celebrity, says Torkel Brekke."
 

Sermon Resources on the Theology of Work

Sermon Resources on the Theology of Work

A Sermon on the Theology of Work
Gen. 1:1, 27-28, 2:18 & Rom. 12:3
December 6, 2017 • Amisho Lewis
 
Amisho Lewis shares that work was established before the fall. Therefore we must view it as worship.
 
 
 

Paying Attention and Getting Distracted

Paying Attention and Getting Distracted

"I offer an account of this Christian prehistory of attention and distraction in my book, “Death Be Not Proud: The Art of Holy Attention.” Although I wrote the book as a Renaissance scholar, while working on it I was constantly reminded of the topic’s relevance in contemporary life. What has intrigued me most then and now is the cultural values we associate with distraction and attention.
 

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Discover Curated Resources for Preachers

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Incomes Around the World

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FULLER dialogues on Race and Identity

“We are joined at the site of the dirt. And the dirt is our kin. From dust and to dust we will return. We are of the...

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