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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
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.
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.
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
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.
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
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
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
Not Just Pope Francis: Evangelicals Praise Paris Climate Talks
Christian involvement has “permanently shifted” the climate conversation, says Lausanne.
in a statement. “Because of this, the climate conversation has permanently shifted from merely economics and politics to include morality.”. In the past
Former House Speaker Indicted, Resigns from Wheaton Advisory Board
Update: Wheaton drops Denny Hastert's name from public policy center.
"In light of the charges and allegations that have emerged, the College has re-designated the Center as the Wheaton College Center for Economics, Government, and Public Policy at
A Challenge of the Urban Church: Reaching Rich and Poor in the Same Church
Churches must serve their communities, and the makeup of many communities is rapidly changing.
churches and church plants. Among them is that of reaching out to and serving communities coming from different socio economics. In rural and suburban
Morning Roundup 2/12/15
Christians and Economics; Beth Moore on Prayer; 15 Black Christian Leaders
Morning Roundup 2/12/15. Christians and Economics; Beth Moore on Prayer; 15 Black Christian Leaders |. Ed Stetzer. Images Money / Flickr. Here's a helpful piece on economics.
The Light of Educational Equality
Interview with Rev. Samuel Rodriguez
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Q: Prior to leading the nation's largest Hispanic evangelical organization, you were a classroom teacher? A: For five years, I was a history, government, and economics teacher.
Morning Roundup 7/2/15
Digital Natives; Poverty Fighters' Bible; Next Culture War
The authors, economics and community development scholars based in Georgia, accuse the North American church of not doing enough to alleviate poverty.
CPLF: The State of North American Church Planting
Next week, church planting leaders from around the continent will gather in Nashville for the Church Planting Leadership Fellowship.
Scott received a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree in Marketing and Strategic Management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
CT Makers: 20 of the Most Creative Christians We Know
Meet the artists, entrepreneurs, and philanthropists using fresh ideas for common good.
Redeemer Presbyterian's Center for Faith and Work; pastor-focused networks like Made to Flourish; and individual groups like the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics push back on
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