(RNS) — Connecting with a sacred moment of servant-leadership can be done by looking for ways to incorporate humility into our daily lives.
(RNS) — Amid the hashtags and photos posted on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and other social media when engaging in charitable acts today, we need a spiritual strategy to avoid seeking attention for ourselves.
(RNS) For the popular activist and author, freedom comes from living out the 12 degrees of humility found in the Rule of St. Benedict, which guides her life as a Benedictine nun. And they're just as applicable today.
(RNS) The megachurch pastor has been criticized for a lavish lifestyle, lack of accountability and building a celebrity culture. Why won't he answer legitimate questions about his ministry?
I don't have much patience with the "more organic than thou" attitude. It smacks of privilege and judgmentalism.
A certain sect of Calvinist Christians are growing in prominence and influence, but certain trends are holding this faithful faction back from becoming a sustainable, mainstream movement.