Digital Seekers: Spiritual leaders see growth opportunity among tech's stressed workforce
Three years ago, Adam Smallcombe moved his wife and young children from their home just north of Sydney, Australia, 7,400 miles across the Pacific Ocean to a place they'd never been into a culture they didn't know.
Imagine how much easier the commute would be if you had the ability to see not just the traffic around you, but also for five miles ahead. Think of the notion that you could know what to expect when crossing the Woodrow Wilson Bridge or getting on the Beltway at Connecticut Avenue.
Column: Ben Carson’s faith — and mine — has already touched your life
In what might well be a “dog whistle” statement aimed at alienating evangelical Christian voters in Iowa who like Dr. Ben Carson, real estate magnate Donald Trump last Saturday delivered a oblique judgment of the neurosurgeon’s faith.
Why 1 Denomination Is Up in Arms About 'The Lord's Prayer' Ad
Movie theaters in Britain—a nation that has practiced Christianity for more than 1,800 years—won't show a one-minute advertisement in which students, weightlifters and a police officer each recite a line from the Lord's Prayer.