Author: Katherine Carter

Strengthening Support Systems for Pastors

“As the pastor goes, so goes the church.” Research conducted by the Barna Group from 2015 to 2022 paints a troubling picture: satisfaction levels among pastors plummeting from 72% to 52% just over a seven year period. At the same time, there has been a noticeable decline in church attendance and engagement over the past […]

Pursuing Justice in a Broken World

Based in Jesus’ teachings and example of love, compassion, and righteousness, the Christian call to “seek justice” beckons believers to be agents of change – a message that resonates with profound significance in a deeply unjust world. In the pursuit of justice, where do the paths of law and religion converge, and where do they […]

“How Bad Is It Going to Get This Year?”

From online echo chambers to real-world radicalization, the rise of political extremism among everyday citizens demands attention and action. But where do we begin to unravel the complex web of factors fueling this phenomenon? How can we, as members of the Christian community, confront and mitigate these threats? Elizabeth Neumann, a national security expert who […]
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