Goodbye, Mars Hill: Mark Driscoll's Multisite Empire Will Sell Properties and Dissolve
Come New Year's Day, 13 churches will go their separate ways or shut down.
Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus
The Fuller Seminary president sees the church’s moment of cultural exile as a moment of incredible opportunity.
Social Media, Civil Discourse, and the Fear of Missing Out: A guest post by Amy Whitfield
Our fear of missing out affects how we discuss with others on social media.
Bright Lights, Big Cities
Shifting demographics broaden opportunities for urban and suburban Christians.
When We Don't Get A Happy Ending
Even when our lives don't go as we had hoped, not all hope is lost.
How to Not Screw Up Your Life
Three strategies to avoid a spiritual implosion.
All My Children Are ‘My Own’
The theological significance of adoption language.
Biblical Literacy by the Numbers: Fixing the Problem
Engaging with Scripture can begin to solve our biblical illiteracy problem, but how do we engage with Scripture?
My First American Halloween
Finding cultural nuance in the Christian trick-or-treating debate.
Does My Local Church Have Authority to Declare That I Am Not a Christian?
A new Lifeway survey found that 9 in 10 evangelicals say no. Here's how Christian leaders responded.
Why We Still Go To Church
It's inconvenient and inefficient and sometimes doesn't even feel spiritual. But I'm glad we keep showing up.
3 Ways Technology Enables the Mission of the Church
Technology is a resource the church must wisely steward to accomplish the Great Commission.
Hope for Women in Hell
Rescued from the sex trade, Anny Donewald now seeks to rescue others.
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
How do you get over the hurt when people leave your church?
Sex and Sunday School
A Small Talk Guest Post by Megan Hill
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.
Confession Leads to Reconciliation Leads to Community
An interview with Mae Elise Cannon and Soong-Chan Rah about their new book, Forgive Us.
Biblical Literacy by the Numbers Part 2: Scripture Engagement
Biblical literacy cannot exist without regular Scripture engagement.
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