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A United Evangelical Response: The System Failed Eric Garner
What pastors, professors, and others are saying about the grand jury's decision not to indict.
What One Racially Divided Family Can Do
Two small steps that may start to address the black/white divide in the church.
Why the Ebola Crisis Needs a More Biblical Response
Ministry leaders empower West African Christians to do what no government or hospital can do.
Subscriber Access Only Sorry, Tertullian
Recent research tests the most famous adage about the persecuted church.
The Cosby Show Dilemma
When fictional dads and happy endings get tangled in real-life scandal.
Court Stops Execution of Mentally Ill Man Defended by Many Evangelicals
Evangelicals divide over the death penalty, but leaders agree on the unusual case of Scott Panetti.
Defending the Workplace Baby Bump
Pro-life and pro-choice groups unite as the Supreme Court considers pregnancy discrimination.
Subscriber Access Only Using (and Abusing) Hell as a Political Motivation
How the threat of eternal punishment stirred moral and spiritual urgency in early America.
A White Cop and a Black Lady
Talking After Ferguson, Hands Down, a guest post by Patricia Raybon
Time To Rend Marriage? 1 in 4 Pastors Agree with First Things Petition
Magazine argues for splitting civil and Christian marriage. LifeWay examines which Americans agree.
Qatar Frees Matt and Grace: Christian Couple Acquitted of Adopted Daughter's Death
(UPDATED) The Huangs finally have permission to return home to the United States.
The Weight of Ferguson, ISIS, and Boko Haram
How we bear, sometimes joyfully, the burdens of 2014.
Study: Young, Nonreligious Women Give More than Christians
The female dollar and the changing landscape for charitable donations.
Stockpiling Treasures in My Junk Closet
How I got rid of 1,000 things and finally found shalom.
America the Beautiful, America the Violent
Ferguson may be about race, but it is also about violence. And we should have something to say about both.
This Odd American Holiday
What the strange beauty of Thanksgiving has taught us about dependence
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Relief in Wartime Chaos
Fleeing violence, nearly 1.3 million Syrians and Iraqis are now living in Jordan. How local and global leaders are meeting their needs.
Subscriber Access Only What Was the Best News of 2014?
Observers weigh in on the year’s events that will most shape evangelical life, thought, or mission.
A Decision in Ferguson: How Should Evangelicals Respond?
The grand jury has made a decision in Ferguson, now we have to make ours. How will we respond?
Can Wheaton College Require ROTC Program Be Run By Christians?
US Army reviews nationwide policy for ROTC profs, who are paid by military but work as full-time faculty.
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What Forgotten Christmas Tradition Should Churches Revive?
What Forgotten Christmas Tradition Should Churches Revive?
Rooting our celebration of Christ’s birth more deeply in our lives.
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