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.
Church Hurt as a Barrier to Evangelism
How do we rebuild trust with those who have been deeply wounded by the church?
A “recovering lawyer,” husband, and father of two small children, he brings both a heart for the gospel and years of leadership experience to his role here.
Introducing John Richards, The New BGCE Managing Director
I am very excited to welcome John Richards as our new Managing Director at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism.
John: I've been married to my wife, Sheridan, for seven years and we have two children, 6 and 18 months. My background is very interesting. I tell people I'm a recovering lawyer.
Eight Barriers To Multiplication, Part 2
Is something stopping you from starting a new church plant?
For example, you may be publicly communicating your vision for multiplication to the adults during the worship service, but are the children and youth in your church hearing this same
Reconciling Witness And Worship: Six Ways To Begin
Imagine a church that considers its’ surrounding ‘neighbors’ and the future majority of our country in developing practices of worship.
In only two years, 2018, minorities will become the majority among children. This has huge implications for children's ministry, youth ministry, family ministry
Old Hollywood’s Abortion Secret
What a culture of death tells us about a culture of life.
The article is filled with painful stories about women who in public appeared powerful and in control but in private were pressured or even coerced into aborting their children.
Israel Accuses World Vision Gaza Staffer of Giving Millions to Hamas
(UPDATED) World Vision halts Gaza operations, but disputes Israel’s accusations of fraud.
World Vision worked with almost 40,000 children in Gaza last year, providing psychosocial help, medical supplies, food relief, and the re-establishment of agricultural livelihoods, it said.
Grapes of Wrath: Refugees Face Steinbeck Scenario in Lebanon's Napa Valley
While US debates resettling 10,000 Syrians, a country smaller than Connecticut struggles with hosting 1.5 million.
For Faysal, a Syrian refugee, the scene is not one of grandeur but of guilt; in the field before him are three of his children—his 15-year-old son and 13- and 11-year-old daughters—bent
Being There: How To Love Those Who Are Hurting
An interview with Dave Furman on his new book.
Dave serves as the senior pastor of Redeemer Church of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, which he planted in 2010. He and his wife, Gloria, have four children.
The State of The Church in America: When Numbers Point To A New Reality, Part 2
Before you dismiss research as unimportant, read this. If facts are our friends, then it's time we listen to them for the good of the Church in America.
Also, just as mainline Protestants found their way into evangelical fellowships, many of them—and their children—may find their way back to other traditions, if even for a short time.