Therefore, SCCIT’s members recommend the dissolution of the Commission so that its members may be free to share their gifts and energy in immediate and local projects within existing Episcopal networks.
Kelvin Holdsworth notes that many in Church leadership who are uncomfortable with bloggers are very uncomfortable with social media, where anyone with a smart phone
The Barna Group, a polling firm that concentrates on tracking changes in church life in a post-Christendom world, has released a new study on Millennials
The Pew Research Center’s Religion and Public Life project is out with a new report on religion and electronic media. Here are some of the
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