Krista Tippett invites people onto her radio show to learn their best advice for living well. In her newest book, she shares some wisdom of her own.
The Ark Encounter, a theme park in Williamstown, Kentucky, modeled on the biblical tale of Noah's Ark, will soon be hiring, but non-Christians need not apply.
Church buildings are being put on the real estate market across America as faith communities facing steep upkeep expenses are forced to cash in on offers from potential buyers.
One of the pope's old skullcaps is expected to bring in around $35,000 at auction this month, illustrating how a run-in with the holy leader can lead to a financial windfall for those who collect memorabilia from the man himself.
Supreme Court justices want to avoid a 4-4 tie in the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate, but some observers see a proposed compromise between the Obama administration and religiously affiliated nonprofits as possibly prolonging legal battles.
God gives each of us this day to use however we choose. Of course, he wants us to make the best of it.
Know someone who volunteers regularly, gathers at least once a month with in-laws, but who gets angry as often as others? He or she may be part of the 30 percent of Americans considered "highly religious," according to a new Pew Research Center report.
A few weeks ago, I came into my office to find out that one of my daughters had put a fish tank with three fish in it there.
Last year, the four Supreme Court justices who dissented in the landmark ruling legalizing same-sex marriage predicted an unsettled future for people on both sides of the issue.
As I sit here at my desk, the radio plays softly in the background. Actually, I listen to the radio online through my tablet.
Everyone has their way of doing things. Being that human beings were created in the image of God and given the ability to make choices, sometimes men can disagree on some things.
In June 2015, the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, sparking a wave of legislative reactions from state and local government leaders.
Country music star Merle Haggard, who died Wednesday at age 79, made a career out of singing about drinking and prison along with paying homage to the working class. But, as illnesses like cancer caused his health to decline over the last decade, he drew closer to God.
Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Friday that he will speak at the Vatican on April 15. The Democratic presidential candidate, who is Jewish, will participate in a conference on the economic, political and cultural changes that have taken place over the past 25 years.
Reminiscing about my childhood, I remembered all the times my siblings would put me up to ask our father for money on their behalf.
As thousands of college seniors wrap up final exams this month and head out into the working world, the job picture looks relatively bright.
Did you know volunteering to help others may actually help you more than those you serve?
Everyone will someday walk through their own personal hell. When everything in life conspires against you, please remember:
If you worship God, do your friends and family members know that you do? Do they see you worship or hear about your experiences while ...
Author Edith Wharton said, "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it."
Life is filled with peaks and valleys.
A new blog post from Presbyterian pastor Traci Smith challenges people's assumptions about how faith leaders spend their days.