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Christ, My BodhisattvaSubscriber Access Only
Multinational businessman and politician Ram Gidoomal talks about 'translating' the gospel in today's world.
The African PlanterSubscriber Access Only
Nairobi Chapel pastor on mission trips, and working well across cultures.
Living with IslamistsSubscriber Access Only
A year in Pakistan gave me a glimpse of what Christian witness might look like today.
On a Justice MissionSubscriber Access Only
Thanks to William Wilberforce, we already know the key to defeating slavery.
A Community of the BrokenSubscriber Access Only
A young organization models what it might mean to be the church in a suffering world.
An Upside-Down WorldSubscriber Access Only
Distinguishing between home and mission field no longer makes sense.
The Importance of Knowing What's ImportantSubscriber Access Only
Being a counterculture for the common good begins with what we choose to focus on--and to overlook.
Behold, the Global ChurchSubscriber Access Only
It's time we figured out how to talk--and listen--to one another.
The Church's Great MalfunctionsSubscriber Access Only
We should be our own fiercest critics, doing so out of the deep beauty and goodness of our faith.
For Shame?Subscriber Access Only
Why Christians should welcome, rather than stigmatize, unwed mothers and their children.
Our Transnational AnthemSubscriber Access Only
'O say can you see ... ' a church where many cultures work together in Christ?
Experiencing Life at the MarginsSubscriber Access Only
An African bishop tells North American Christians the most helpful gospel-thing they can do.
Redeeming a Needy NeighborhoodSubscriber Access Only
Not all communities have too much. How one church brings the gospel to the economically distressed.
The Phone Book TestSubscriber Access Only
Robert P. George explains how a simple experiment reveals the great divide in our culture.
A New Kind of Urban ChristianSubscriber Access Only
As the city goes, so goes the culture.
The Conservative HumanistSubscriber Access Only
Those who are pro-life and pro-family should have no problem being pro-human.
Loving the Storm-DrenchedSubscriber Access Only
We can no more change the culture than we can the weather. Fortunately, we've got more important things to do.
Habits of Highly Effective Justice WorkersSubscriber Access Only
Should we protest the system or invest in a life? Yes.
Sex & the City of GodSubscriber Access Only
How do we respond to a corrupted culture? Two faulty examples and a better one.
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