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An online resource seeks to open up discussion on what is sometimes viewed as a taboo subject in African American congregations.

 

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An online resource seeks to open up discussion on what is sometimes viewed as a taboo subject in African American congregations.

With its emphasis on an expressive spirituality, contemporary worship may be one of the most promising avenues for congregational growth.

The latest enrollment figures for U.S. and Canadian theological schools show a decline or stagnation in every age group except 50- to 64-year-olds. Among these students are successful executives retiring early and eager for a second career.

Some churches are seeing a consumer mentality when it comes to religious education. The trend highlights the importance of preparing Christian educators for the future.

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