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No Child Left Behind Comes to AwanaSubscriber Access Only
The children’s ministry rethinks the competition at its core.
premillennial, cessationist perspective). Read the second part of our October 2017 cover package: Bible Study Fellowship Rewrites the Rulebook. The square
Bible Study Fellowship Rewrites the RulebookSubscriber Access Only
From denim to downloads, BSF is loosening up and adapting for millennials.
scriptural interpretation. Read the second part of our October 2017 cover package: No Child Left Behind Comes to Awana. The class lasts two hours. It
The Local Church Is More Awkward Than Your Facebook WallSubscriber Access Only
Embrace it anyway.
Our March cover package offers an in-depth look at establishing a sustainable Christian community The Benedict Option's Vision for a Christian Village Is It Time for Evangelicals to
33 Under 33Subscriber Access Only
Meet the Christian leaders shaping the next generation of our faith.
Partridge's success has earned the attention of the broader business community, with a feature in Forbes, his face on the cover of Entrepreneur magazine, and speeches at Facebook
Forgive Us Our Debts: How Christian College Grads Pay the Price
Evangelical schools work to capture the real cost of student loans.
or working their way through undergrad or seminary: whatever it takes to cover rising tuition bills Schools cannot deny students loans from their financial aid package, and most incoming
A Call to All Hispanic Families
Consider sending your student to a Christian College.
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Between need-based and merit-based opportunities, a student can build a package of financial aid Many aren't aware that many schools offer to cover expenses so a student can visit
Gleanings: September 2016Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our September issue).
sweeping restrictions on church gatherings and missionary activity that were passed in a package of anti What is the date of Pentecost?”; and even “What color is the cover of the Bible
Women Who 'Prophesy'Subscriber Access Only
We were told God would do this.
Let's just consider the proliferation of powerful female evangelists (eg, Anne Graham Lotz) and Bible teachers (eg, Beth Moore) and, as our cover package shows, female apologists (p.
WWJD Before 33
Meet 33 who have done a lot before their Jesus year.
The 33 people in this month's cover package have done a lot for Jesus, all by or before their Jesus year. Just take the three folks on our cover: One has
Pope's Creation Teachings Nothing New for Francis Schaeffer FansSubscriber Access Only
Two works on environmental care, 45 years apart, show what evangelicals and Catholics can agree on.
spiritual laurels. But over a decade after his death in 1984, CT canonized, if you will, Schaeffer as “Our Saint Francis” in a 1997 cover package. In his
A Toast To TemperanceSubscriber Access Only
A needed corrective for cocktail-sipping Christians.
These are important questions at the center of this issue's cover package: DL Mayfield's personal story and Jennifer Woodruff Tait's essay on the teetotaling movement.
Rick Warren's Son Dies from SuicideSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Death of Matthew Warren, 27, prompts national discussion on how churches should respond to depression and other mental illnesses.
CT offers special sections on depression and mental health, including a 2009 cover package on "why we're more down than ever,–and the crucial role churches play in healing.".
Shame on Us: Christian Chatter in the TwittersphereSubscriber Access Only
Join our chat Thursday using the hashtag #CTshame.
These examples correspond with CT's latest cover story—the magazine's first-ever emoji blushing on Beyond this package examining how fame and shame relate to the gospel, we at
How Egypt's Government Is Trying to Get Christians to Follow JesusSubscriber Access Only
Long-dormant pilgrimage route focuses on Jesus' post-Christmas journey.
Long-dormant pilgrimage route focuses on Jesus' post-Christmas journey.
A Women's IssueSubscriber Access Only
The 50—make that 51—reasons I love this magazine.
for humanity. Our cover package on the "50 Women You Should Know" highlights women profoundly shaping the church and the faith. Some names
Why Nigeria's President Just Visited (Almost) Every Pilgrimage Site in IsraelSubscriber Access Only
Trip with eight governors is first-ever Holy Land trip by a sitting president of Africa's most divided Christian-Muslim nation.
Trip with eight governors is first-ever Holy Land trip by a sitting president of Africa's most divided Christian-Muslim nation.
Letters to the EditorSubscriber Access Only
Readers respond to the March issue.
As a professor at a Christian college, I was excited to see the cover package on "How to Save the Christian College" [March], particularly the questions around the "browning of
Nigeria: This Year's Easter Pilgrims Will Be Last Year's LeftoversSubscriber Access Only
Massive floods mean backlog from 2012 will go instead.
Massive floods mean backlog from 2012 will go instead.
Muslim Convert Quits Catholic Church for Being Too Soft on IslamSubscriber Access Only
High-profile Italian will remain a Christian but doesn't 'believe in the church anymore.'
Editor's note: CT previously has reported on both conversion and Islam, including a cover package earlier this year on the Muslim insider movement and why evangelicals should be
Radio Ads Continue 'Largest Ever' Immigration Reform Effort by EvangelicalsSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Local pastors in 14 states recruited for $400,000 campaign by Evangelical Immigration Table.
the newly inaugurated 113th Congress to move quickly on an immigration reform package that likely three views on what reform should look like, and our September cover story focused
The Generous Soul
The Generous Soul
Why overcoming the Scrooge in all of us begins with gratitude.
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