Killing the Clergy Softly: Congregational Conflict, Job Loss and Depression

By David Briggs

They are called “clergy killers” — congregations where a small group of members are so disruptive that no pastor is able to maintain spiritual leadership for long.

And yet ministers often endure the stresses of these dysfunctional …

By David Briggs

They are called “clergy killers” — congregations where a small group of members are so disruptive that no pastor is able to maintain spiritual leadership for long.

And yet ministers often endure the stresses of these dysfunctional …

When the Accounts Are Called: A Christian Understanding of Gambling

Written by Albert Mohler
Sunday, 26 February 2012

Gambling corrupts the culture, polluting everything it touches. Recent scandals in college basketball are proof positive that gambling is not a problem limited to casinos and horse tracks. Ominously, industry executives see …

More Chinese parents are sending their children to Christian high schools in the United States

World and Life News
Written by Angela Lu and Mary Jackson, WNS
Saturday, 25 February 2012

Her parents sent Hua to America because she could continue to excel academically and also have time for hobbies like painting and calligraphy. What …

Top Charlotte-area PCUSA Executive fired by his Presbytery

Presbyterians are inseparable from Charlotte’s history. The city’s first churches all came under the denomination, and many of the city’s key political and business leaders remain Presbyterians. The Presbytery covers seven counties. With 40,000 church members, it is the country’s …