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16 Scholars, Authors, and Celebs Evangelicals Lost in 2016
Remembering Thomas Oden, Peter Wagner, Cliff Barrows, Gordon Lewis, and others.
Scholar Who Made the Bible Kid-Friendly Adventure Bible and Teen Study Bible editor Lawrence O. Richards reimagined Christian education for evangelicals. Zondervan.
Died: Scholar Who Made the Bible Kid-Friendly
Adventure Bible and Teen Study Bible editor Lawrence O. Richards reimagined Christian education for evangelicals.
Adventure Bible and Teen Study Bible editor Lawrence O. Richards reimagined Christian education for evangelicals. Died: Scholar Who Made the Bible Kid-Friendly.
Pastors, Your Sermons Do Matter If You Want To See People Come To Trust Jesus
Every preacher at some point has experienced the painful vulnerability of baring their soul.
The day I was commissioned into the ministry a group of good friends, companions in the adventure, laid their hands on my head and shoulders and prayed a simple charge into my life
Breaking the Cult Image in One Transient Community
A return to biblical hospitality can open wide the doors for gospel witness to occur.
By the afternoon, friends who had heard about our little impromptu adventure showed up with hot dogs, balloons to fill with water, drinks, materials to make piñatas, etc.
Dear Church Planter, I Believe in You
Church planting is a key to advancing the kingdom of God.
You're headed into the adventure of a lifetime, and I pray that my newly revised book, Planting Missional Churches: Your Guide to Starting Churches that Multiply (newchurches.com
An Ancient Christian Vision for Modern Medicine
Meet the Denver doctor on a hilarious, heartfelt search for the healing ingredient in health care.
Yet perhaps Nussbaum's greatest triumph is turning a medical memoir, a genre that can inspire intractable cases of yawning, into an accessible adventure for a general audience, one
The Year in Liturgical Cinema: Advent
Movie aliens aren't real. That doesn't keep them from raising thought-provoking provoking questions for us today.
costly act of courage. Sometimes having a conversation with another dynamic being is the riskiest adventure we could undergo. Arrival's advent in our
Confessions of a Middle-Aged White Woman: 5 Leadership Lessons on the Way to Diversity
Cru leader Cas Monaco shares her journey to racial understanding.
She and her husband Bob have been married 33 adventure-filled years on the mission field and in the pastorate. I was privileged to be Cas' professor.
Subscriber Access Only Choose Your Own Sexual Ethics Adventure
A critique of purity culture turns into a plea for self-centered sexuality.
Opinion | Sexuality. Choose Your Own Sexual Ethics Adventure. A critique of purity culture turns into a plea for self-centered sexuality. Gina Dalfonzo.
Christianity Today’s 2017 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
around the Sea of Galilee. Fields helpfully intersperses her own family's stories of adventure, risk, calm, and loss. Her command of language, allegory
When Altar Calls Don't Work
How many times did I need to get saved before truly loving God?
As a boy, I listened intently to my dad recount some of the greatest adventure stories ever told: Noah and his ark, David defeating a giant, and Joshua shouting down walls.
Growing Up in Ministry
The grace of Jesus was not just offered to orphans and widows or rebellious pastors’ kids; it was for me.
From trekking through the jungle monsoons of Panama to delivering babies in a free clinic of the Philippines, my life has been laced with tremendous adventure.
Morning Roundup 9/2/15
Critiquing Well; Maintaining Marriages; Missionary Hero
in search of heroic adventures for Christ, I moved to Southeast Asia to “teach English.” Needless to say, I quickly learned that a small-town English teacher's life is not all high adventure.
Religious Fiction Sales Nosedive, Non-Fiction Soars
Bibles and religious non-fiction, including “heaven tourism” books, jump up 12 percent.
The decline in Christian fiction matched the drop in action/ adventure books; the only category that fared worse was occult/psychological/horror, which dropped by 26 percent.
Deep Calls Out to Deep, but I Long to Stay Shallow
What spring break taught me about God.
It's not just me, and it's not just my kids. The books that fly off the shelves are the ones that keep us on the surface of a mystery or a scintillating adventure.
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