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What the New Majority-Minority Public Schools Mean for Christians
The issue isn’t 'leave or stay' but 'how to serve.'
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What We Talk About When We Talk About 'Birth Control'
Meaningful debate requires us to define the terms of discussion.
Fatherhood's Call to Duty
A love that knows its responsibilities.
A Shooting on Sacred Ground
In the midst of trauma at SPU, I’m reminded that a Christian university is a holy place.
Do Evangelicals Have Room for Prophets?
Canon Andrew White lives dangerously for God. Why we need more leaders like him.
Why I'm Not Cheering Today's Supreme Court Prayer Decision
Be careful what you pray for, warns a constitutional law scholar.
You Probably Love (or Hate) 'Heaven Is For Real' for All the Wrong Reasons
It's not a travel guide. And Colton Burpo isn't the first Christian to have an ecstatic experience.
Mourning the Death of a Church
How our congregation found resurrection and hope at the end of its life.
Fracking Isn't a Four-Letter Word
Why Christians should reconsider the oft-misunderstood drilling practice.
Into the Academic Lion's Den
Do Christian scholars belong in the hostile world of higher ed?
Men and Miscarriage
I didn’t know how to feel. In many ways, I still don’t.
Abortion Meets a New Generation
Progressive evangelicals can't tout social justice while side-stepping the sanctity of life.
Why Am I Not Poor?
The answer suggests some ways we might combat poverty.
He Will Raise You Up on Vultures' Wings
What I learned from bird-watching for Jesus.
The Arrogance and Impatience of Church Planters
How slowing down helps us start stronger churches.
Why Artists Belong in the Church Nursery
Good things happen when the bearded arts guy takes on the toddler room.
The Blessings of Factory Farming
A contrarian take on small, local agriculture.
Why We Need JFK's Peace Legacy
What Christians can learn from the president's foreign policy achievement of 1963.
How Churches Can Help Without Hurting After Super Typhoon Haiyan
Rule #1: Don't jump into action before you know the needs on the ground.
The Evangelical Work Ethic
Forget Weber. We don’t need social science to know that God cares about our work.
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Working For Justice Will Make You Uncomfortable
Working For Justice Will Make You Uncomfortable
Eugene Cho wonders whether we're willing to go beyond paying lip service to social change.
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