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How do kids grow up in Christian families and yet find a faith that they own as their own in adulthood?
Let's be clear: church services work just great for a whole lot of people and a whole lot of Blue Ocean Faith churc
Mindfulness is being taught in most public schools, in businesses, in seminars--but often not in churches.
Kevin Roose writes a new column in the New York Times called The Shift.
So many people dread reading the day's political news.
Blue Ocean Faith tries to be things with names like "centered set" and "solus Jesus" and "third way"--all related i
New York Times financial reporter Nathaniel Popper joins Blue Ocean Faith's Dave Schmelzer and Peter Eavis, who's w
News about North Korea is scary!
After publishing a book about a fresh take on faith, Blue Ocean Faith's Dave Schmelzer fields several calls and ema
In the last several years, National Geographic has sent Dan Buettner to so-called "Blue Zones"--parts of the world
Every day seemingly brings a new story of a famous man brought down by long-buried stories of sexual abuse, usually
Stranger Things, armed by Netflix's marketing might, is a water cooler phenomenon.
Our last podcast, about JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis got a big response, perhaps because so many churchgoers--like Tom
Editor’s note: Natasha Huang’s article, below, came about as we met her and—as she explains below in fascinating fashion—she told us that she’d gone to Yale in order to figure out “how we got h
JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis, close friends and Oxford colleagues, set the terms of the God-infused imagination for the