After Hobby Lobby, vibrant corporate life is needed more than ever.
August 29Desire and Deliverance
August 28Where Are the Female Christian Rappers?
August 27The Wrong Kind of Christian
August 26Can You See Too Much Jesus in the Bible?
August 25How Theologians Have Failed Asian Christians—and How They Can Do Better
August 22How Gaza’s Christians View the Hamas-Israeli Conflict
GleaningsImportant Developments in the Church and the World
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Nine Current Mars Hill Pastors Tell Mark Driscoll To Step Down from All Ministry(UPDATED) Mars Hill responds Friday to leaked letter, says 'our team is Jesus, not one group of elders or another.'
- Aug 29,
Stem Cell Concerns Don't Freeze Evangelical Enthusiasm for Ice Bucket Challenge(UPDATED) ALS raises $100 million in 30 days; pro-life groups worry about embryonic research.
- Aug 28,
One of Largest Christian Colleges Decides Divorcing President Can Keep His JobAlma mater of Ebola doctor Kent Brantly believes in 'covenant of marriage' but also 'power of grace.'
- Aug 27,
Israel’s Christian Schools Threaten Strike over Government's 'Oppressive Steps''Don’t stop us from carrying on our mission,' say 50 schools as Jewish state slashes support.
- Forgiving My Pastor, Mark DriscollAs God rebuilds, I see Mars Hill shift its focus to love.
- 20 Truths from The Stories We Tell by Mike CosperMike Cosper on the way story plays in to who God is and what Jesus has done.
- Why I Don’t Want My Child to be “Colorblind”Four ways to see the beauty of the colorful world of people all around us. A guest post by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson.
- Life Together, AgainAfter Hobby Lobby, vibrant corporate life is needed more than ever.
- What the New Majority-Minority Public Schools Mean for ChristiansThe issue isn’t 'leave or stay' but 'how to serve.'
- Table Manners: Why We Take Communion Every WeekIt's a meal that often divides us. It needn't be that way.
- Life After BethDon't ask too many questions of this zombie movie.
- How Theologians Have Failed Asian Christians—and How They Can Do BetterRather than forcing “elite” agendas upon grassroots believers, says Simon Chan, we need to take their concerns seriously.