December 7th, 2022

Christianity Today

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Ketanji Brown Jackson Thanks God for Supreme Court Nomination

Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Biden’s pick for the first Black female justice to the US Supreme Court, knows she's come this far by faith.

More Americans Want Religious Funerals as COVID-19 Death Tolls Rise

What impact has the COVID-19 death toll had on Americans saying a religious funeral is important when a loved one has passed.

Parents Set the Pace for Their Adult Children’s Faith

Read why parents are the most important figures shaping the religious lives and futures of their children in the United States.

Pastoral Burnout: 38% Consider Leaving Ministry

Pastoral burnout is real, as survey finds 38% of pastors are seriously considering leaving full-time ministry, up from 29 percent in January.

Paychecks with a Purpose: Ministries Help Job Seekers

After losing shift work and blue-collar jobs, some Christians are thinking more carefully about the work of their hands in the marketplace.

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Devotion Movie: Wartime Honor, Present-Day Gratitude

Devotion tells the true story of two heroic US Navy fighter pilots who helped turn the tide in the most brutal battle in the Korean War.

Where’s the Bloom? One Plants, Another Waters, God Makes it Grow

As one plants and another waters, trust God to make every good work grow. In the meantime, give thanks for one another and the chance to labor with God.

Resources for Ukrainians Extended to Russian POWs

Prison Fellowship Ukraine has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.

It’s Okay to Be Hopeless, and Here’s Why

We all experience seasons of hopelessness. But here's what that hopeless feeling is trying to teach us for our own good.
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