The pickings are plenty for authentic foods in the Middle East. Start with these six dishes the next time you're in the desert destination.
Group Managing Director Douglas Emslie of Tarsus explains how this week’s acquisition will allow Connect to continue to grow.
Plan your time in Old City Jerusalem wisely with this religious breakdown of the top spots to hit in each quarter.
We've taken the guesswork out of buying presents, rounding up our top gifts for 2016. Behold: the ultimate gift guide. Thank goodness for online shopping!
Amy Kritzer is one of four faith-based bloggers we're featuring who have ties to events nurturing readers’ bodies, minds and spirits.
Karli Myers gives a photographer’s perspective on common event photography hits and misses.
Light TV, a 24-hour network airing faith and family-friendly programming, will launch in December.
Three events show how customization for participants can increase effectiveness and deepen connections.
Self-taught cook and photographer Veronica Gantley of the My Catholic Kitchen food blog is inspired by the ever-changing liturgical season.
Planners, consider these ideas from recent faith-based music conferences.
As one of the oldest cities in the world, modern Jerusalem is rebranding itself as a high-tech destination and an attractive convention city.
Here are a few ways to push youth toward social change and encourage activitism.
These five easy, low-cost tips for meeting planners can save lives in the event of an armed attack or other emergency.
How do you balance faith, life and vocation? Here are tips from faith-based industry pros on balancing faith and work.
Coordinating a meeting’s ground transportation is one of the most challenging aspects of a program. Here are three examples of setbacks and solutions
Being more efficient at work isn’t a dream, it’s a reality—especially for planners who have to budget time wisely.
There’s an easily blurred line between professionalism and people-pleasing. Here's how to find the balance between the two.
Thousands of college students gathered in Pittsburgh for Coalition of Christian Outreach’s annual event, which was endorsed this year by Kid President.