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Stewarding Knowledge in Crisis
After 33 years, Global Mapping International is closing.
to waste.” Actually, it's more likely that this idea came from a doctor: MF Weiner in a 1976 article, “Don't Waste a Crisis – Your Patient's or Your Own,” in the Journal of Medical Economics
The Next Iteration of the Black Church
The Church needs Black pastoral leadership.
In a word, interdependence. Life together. Shared meals, shared tears, shared economics, shared power. This is the heart of the mandate found in 1 Corinthians 12:26.
3 Mistakes Churches Make When They Talk Money
Ministry leader wants to spread the biblical message of generosity in order to grow generous givers.
He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and entrepreneurship from Baylor University and spent 11 years with Campus Crusade for Christ International (Cru), where he served in
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.
Wise Decision-Making in God’s Economy
How do we know that we are pleasing God in all that we do?
together with Art Lindsley, Ph.D., of For the Least of These: A Biblical Response to Poverty (Zondervan, 2015), and author of Be Fruitful and Multiply: Why Economics is Necessary for
Diaspora Missions: Who Is Sitting Behind You?
Invite an international student to share a meal with your family.
Loving them is always unconditional. Today, two of them are done with their Ph.Ds, and two are almost finished with their doctorates in economics. They
A Splintered Boko Haram Becomes an Even Greater Threat to Christians
The plight of the 218 kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls remains uncertain after a recent split in the world’s deadliest terrorist group.
from terrorism increased by 300 percent from 2013 to 2014, to more than 7,500, according to the latest Global Terrorism Index Report from the Institute for Economics and Peace.
Ken Ham's Enormous Ark Park Open for Business
(UPDATE) The boat's big debut comes five months after the park won up to $18 million in tax breaks.
Image: Ark Encounter. The Ark under construction, and its eventual final form. However, economics wasn't why a second plan—aiming for a 2016 opening date—was denied.
Where Successful Church Plants Get Their Money
Here's how church plants become self-sufficient—and what financially stable churches have in common.
Urban centers and their surrounding communities are often diverse, but may be segregated by race, education level, economics, age, and cultural differences.
Our Homemaker, Who Art in Heaven
Modern women have a complicated relationship with domesticity—but God points us toward the true meaning of home.
After an affair and public divorce, Sandra Tsing Loh published an essay in The Atlantic titled “The Weaker Sex,” claiming that the new household economics have made today's women
Seeker Comprehensible Preaching...Without Dumbing Down
Preaching should be both theologically deep—and wide.
If teenagers can learn trigonometry and the intricacies of marketing and economics—and if people can go to Starbucks and order a triple shot, venti, soy, no foam, extra-hot latte, with
The Hard-Edged Hope of Wendell Berry
Why his vision of humble communities and humane economies is just what the world needs right now.
tend our wounded neighbor. Berry's commitment to humble, loving communities leads into Sutterfield's development of his economics. For Berry, healthy
United Kingdom (Kind of) Keeps the Fourth Commandment
British politicians preserve limits on Sunday shopping.
employment and an added £1.4 billion (US $2 billion) over the next 10 years, a letter to the Telegraph from church leaders stated that “a recent study by Oxford Economics forecasts no
Weekend Edition: December 18, 2015
Leading a joyful team, practicing what you preach, and more.
The Upshot. I guess economics is not my “brand,” but I lot of people have been asking about what the Fed move means and I found this helpful. Exactly
Died: Vonette Bright, Co-Founder of Campus Crusade for Christ
Bright, 89, was known for her love of prayer and her faithful witness.
1946. After some stops and starts while she was a home economics student at Texas Women's University, the two eventually became engaged. One
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Do This in Remembrance
Do This in Remembrance
Participating in the “high holy day” of American civil religion is beneficial for Christians, so long as we do so thoughtfully.
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