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Israel Accuses World Vision Gaza Staffer of Giving Millions to Hamas
(UPDATED) World Vision halts Gaza operations, but disputes Israel’s accusations of fraud.
Israel Accuses World Vision Gaza Staffer of Giving Millions to Hamas. (UPDATED) World Vision halts Gaza operations, but disputes Israel's accusations of fraud.
Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit.
of the so-called conservative leaders who have been elected by evangelicals, none of them thought to advocate for the repeal of the Johnson amendment, giving evangelical leaders
California Lawmaker Drops Controversial Proposal to Regulate Religious Colleges
SB 1146 won't be the religious liberty threat many Christians feared.
conduct for faculty also. The bill could have prevented colleges from giving preferential admission to students in its denomination or faith. To hold to its
Subscriber Access Only Why Jesus, Not Salvation, Is God’s Greatest Gift to Us
We’re too quick to see the What instead of the Who.
It is not just at the Cross, or even in the Resurrection, that Jesus represents the grace, the gift-giving-ness, of God to us. In every miracle, every parable
Can Evangelism Emerge From The Next Generation?
It’s time to stop expecting millennials to show apathy to the call of evangelism, and train them to rise up to the call.
Generation Distinct is equipping the next generation to rediscover the person of Jesus Christ, and giving them the tools to show the world we are ready and prepared to stand up and
God in Our Midst
There is a pervasive consumerism in the church today.
them. The Lord blesses the first couple, giving them access to his unmediated presence and a global commission to fill the earth with worshipers. Tragically
Leadership Legacies: Why Character Trumps All
Good leaders are known for leading, encouraging, and caring for those in their organization.
love. Some may be wondering whether I am giving too short shrift to things like strategic insight, visionary planning, and spellbinding oratory. Perhaps
Don’t Be the Bottleneck
Effective lead pastors must learn how to lead larger.
skills. Giving up the ministry means you'll need to learn to delegate and even allow others to fail. Are you the bottleneck in your church's growth? Take
Where Evangelicals Stand on Transgender Morality
LifeWay Research looks at how Americans feel about changing genders.
director Scott McConnell. “A majority of Americans reject the view of a creator giving them a gender that shouldn't be changed,” he said. “We freely change
Why You Should Use Stats in Ministry
Facts are our friends, and so are stats.
it. Statistics Help Leaders Make Strategic Decisions. The first use of statistics helps us define reality by giving us a bases and foundation. The second
Amid ‘Evangelism Crisis,’ Southern Baptists Bring In $400 Million More
While the No. 1 evangelical denomination reports the highs and lows of 2015, America's No. 3 reports just highs.
In contrast, undesignated giving increased more than $406 million to surpass $9 billion. Giving to Great Commission ministry programs was down by
Governing God's House: How 500 Churches Keep from Collapsing
First ECFA survey of church governance trends reveals which boards are most effective.
Most survey respondants said they'd like training on self-assessing their board service, overseeing risk management, and teaching generous giving.
When Tithing Comes With a Money-Back Guarantee
How did churches like NewSpring and Life.Church get thousands of Christians to start giving? By offering a refund if God isn't faithful.
How did churches like NewSpring and Life.Church get thousands of Christians to start giving? By offering a refund if God isn't faithful. When Tithing Comes
3 Challenges in Urban Ministry
Urban ministry engages depravity, longevity and community.
one another. Such communities may revolve around several blocks giving rise to nicknames like Little Italy, Little Mexico, and Chinatown. Economist
PCA Goes Back to Where It Started: Women’s Ordination
Meanwhile, the shrinking PCUSA makes plans to recover its identity.
Despite falling membership, giving to local missions was up by almost $7.7 million—a trend that echoed recent reports from the Southern Baptist Convention.
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The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education
‘Christian colleges are as strong as they’ve been since the 1920s,’ says historian William Ringenberg. But there are challenges on the horizon.
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