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Why Gayle Haggard Stayed | She tells CT why she remained married to Ted Haggard—even after he suggested that she divorce him. (Jan. 27, 2010)
Condemnation | Should Christians publicly denounce believers who vilify others? (Oct. 6, 2010)
Charismatic Character Clash | Journalist and pastor debate restoration for disgraced revivalist Todd Bentley. (Mar. 23, 2009)
Tullian Tchividjian: Allow Your Critics to Teach You | The new pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church talks about the effort to remove him from the pulpit. (Sept. 24, 2009)
What to Do about Unbiblical Unions | African churches seek a better response to polygamy than in years past as western churches address new same-sex marriages. (June 25, 2009)
Resolved to Discipline | Southern Baptists repent of inflated membership numbers. (July 9, 2008)
Day of Reckoning | Chuck Smith and Calvary Chapel face an uncertain future. (Feb. 16, 2007)
Church Discipline for Repetitive Sin | How do you work pastorally with people who are likely to fall again? (Leadership, Spring 2009)

A 2010 Barna study noted by Christianity Today found that only 5 percent of Christians who are involved in a church say their church holds them accountable. And only 7 percent of small-group attenders say accountability is one of the functions fulfilled by their group.

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