Donald Miller, executive director of the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture and director of the USC School of Religion, co-wrote “Global Pentecostalism: The New Face of Christian Social Engagement” with Tetsunao Yamamori.
Fijians in Transnational Pentecostal Networks
Fijians in Transnational Pentecostal Networks by Karen Brison (Australian National University, 2023) The writing of this book was supported by the Pentecostal Charismatic Research Initiative. In Fijians in Transnational Pentecostal Networks, Karen J. Brison ...
Religion in Los Angeles: Religious Activism, Innovation and Diversity in the Global City
Religion in Los Angeles: Religious Activism, Innovation and Diversity in the Global City Edited by Richard Flory and Diane Winston (Routledge, 2021) Why has Los Angeles been a hotspot for religious activism, ...
Richard Flory and Diane Winston
CRCC in the News
Washington Post & RNS: Flory on Pentecostal Church’s Attempt to Resurrect a Child
Hundreds of congregants attempted to resurrect a 2-year-old girl with song and dance at Bethel Church in Redding, California. The Washington Post and Religious News Service interviewed Richard Flory on Pentecostal beliefs ...
CRCC in the News
The Guardian: Flory on the Rise of Pentecostalism in America
Today’s Pentecostalism in America is not what it used to be. As Australian Pentecostal groups – such as Hillsong, C3, and A21 – are rapidly growing across America, they are also transforming ...
Father Greg Boyle: A Modern-Day Mystic — The Priest Behind Homeboy Industries
This article was originally published on Religion Unplugged, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. The founder of the largest gang intervention, rehabilitation and prison reentry program in the world is a ...
Donald E. Miller
Compelling Preaching Cohort Application
The Compelling Preaching Initiative at the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture seeks to create space for faith leaders to think about their preaching in an ever-changing social and cultural landscape. ...
A Year of Crisis and Opportunity: 2024 Trends in Religion and Society
In CRCC’s annual trends post last year, we wrote about surviving, if not thriving. We write this year’s trends with a special place in our hearts for CRCC’s senior editor Nick Street, ...
Konda Mason: Growing rice in Louisiana is a path to justice for Black farmers
This article was originally published on The Christian Science Monitor, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. It’s past daybreak on a muggy July morning when Konda Mason reaches the farm, a ...