Gospel Fellowship and Blood Clots

by Alyssa Straessle, managing editor In February of this year, researchers at Wellesley College in Massachusetts conducted a study to determine the role that similarity and familiarity play in forging relationships. The study, carefully surveying

Pray for the persecuted Church

We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed. 2 Corinthians 4:8-9 NIV   While persecution against the church is nothing

Finding a church in the city

by Chris Lieberman copy editor For my first two months at Moody, my worst homesickness always came on Sundays. I had quickly found friends on campus and loved school and city life, yet each Sunday I

MobileCause helps churches use text messaging to supplement church services

by Levi McDonald correspondent During my first semester, while church shopping, I visited Park Community Church just a few blocks away from campus. This popular, successful church utilized technology during their service in a way

Screwtape on Church

by Parker Hathaway, correspondent My Dear Wormwood, It is of utmost importance that you give students of Moody your deepest affection. Through the years, the alumni have won many a convert. This is no task for

Churches throughout the country seek to eliminate distractions in worship services

Children leaving the service

by Shawn Boyd, staff writer  “At South Carolina’s NewSpring Church, children are not admitted to the main service and doors are locked after the sermon starts,” wrote Christianity Today. “In North Carolina, Elevation Church leaders