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Reclaiming Evangelism: Why Christians Need to Recover Their Passion for Christ
U.K. ministry leader explores evangelism's embarrassment, exclusivity, and entrepreneurial nature
He is the founding director of Home for Good, a charity seeking to find foster and adoptive homes for children in care, as well as the author of 10 books, including the award-winning
Haiti Hurricane Displaces Sponsored Children
A third of Compassion’s 270 child centers shut down in wake of Hurricane Matthew.
Haiti Hurricane Displaces Sponsored Children. A third of Compassion's 270 child centers shut down in wake of Hurricane Matthew. Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra.
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Contemplative Activist
Ann Voskamp’s rural Canadian life may seem picture perfect. But with her new book, the intensely shy writer could spark a social movement among North American Christians.
Even still, Voskamp has some pretty interesting numbers in her life: 7 children, ages 21 to 2; 600 acres, on which her husband, Darryl (“The Farmer” to her readers), grows corn and
Chibok Schoolgirls Released in Exchange for Boko Haram Militants
The girls are the first to be freed since the group was kidnapped from a boarding school in 2014.
families and Christian communities are thus “dishonored,” regularly leading husbands to reject wives who are victims of rape and causing embarrassment and shame for their children.
Race in America: Pushing Forward on the Heels of the 'Voiceless'
Co-founder and director of the Voices Project and college pastor at Kilns College
I saw hopelessness in the eyes of the elderly who once believed in progress, but now realize the state of affairs resembles too closely the South they knew when they were children.
Race in America: How Two Pastors (and dozens of churches) Partnered for Racial Reconciliation in Dallas
Senior Pastor of Concord Church in Dallas, TX
at our churches. This led to a growing and thriving relationship between both churches with our staffs, men, women, and children. We soon developed
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: "Jill Stein is my imperfect candidate."
Evangelical millenial minority chooses the Green Party
poverty. But with over 30% of children living in poverty in 2014, the United States has one of the highest child poverty rates among developed nations.
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: Evangelicals, We Need to Start Looking Beyond the Candidates
Pastor and Immediate Past President of the Southern Baptist Convention prioritizes issues over candidates
vote for the men and women who will be appointed to the Supreme Court, for the Christian business owners battling for religious liberty, for the right to life for 2,900 children who are
Are Religious Kids Meaner or Nicer?
A Christian sociologist responds to two contradictory studies and what they tell us about science.
The authors of the study, Jean Decety and his colleagues, conducted experiments with young children from the United States, Canada, Turkey, Jordan, South Africa, and China and
Our Need for Friendly Giants
How 'The BFG' rekindles our dream of the divine.
Coming to home video in December (it's still playing in some theaters), The BFG turns a beloved children's book by Roald Dahl into a movie that makes whole families marvel, laugh out
Caring for Global Child Health
The first thousand days of a child’s life may be the most important in terms of impacting their health for their entire life.
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Past that, it's key to learn how best to plan for further children. Second is finding a good non-profit organization that supports women and children around the world.
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: "There are No 'Must' Candidates!" -Darrell Bock
Professor of New Testament Studies articulates the dilemma many Christians face in this election cycle
We have opted for decades to step back from reflection on character, teaching our children the skills and economics of life but not judgment, discernment, and wisdom.
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Refugees, pastor burnout, Evangelicals in exile, and more
But at a time when 65 million people have been displaced by violence, and 20 million of them are classified as refugees — more than half of them children — it is not enough.
Preparing Students for Testing
How parents and teachers can help students prepare for academic tests.
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They can help students get to bed a bit earlier than usual, and they can talk with their children about the tests. It takes a family to raise those children.
Subscriber Access Only Where Kids Get Their Political Views
In a heated election, Christian parents can model a measured response.
Young children don't get their opinions from CNN or Fox News. We model a response for our children, and yet, we often underestimate how much they care.
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Let's Kiss Dating Hello
A sociologist reveals her research about “ring by spring” culture on a Christian college campus.
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