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Weekend Edition—July 29, 2016
Disaster Relief, Excuses, Sharing faith, Church signs, and more!
It is this living hope that Mark Gallagher, campus minister for the last 38 years with Christian Student Fellowship at Indiana State University, calls his students to during life's storms.
Evangelicals Cheer Pro-Life Vote at Methodist Conference
(UPDATE) On the last day of the General Conference, Methodists repeal four decades of Roe v Wade support.
Beth Ann Cook, of the Indiana Conference, introduces a petition regarding The United Methodist Church's association with the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.
Marriage and Ministry
Ministry marriages don't succeed by accident. It takes effort.
Not to go all Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade on you, but you must choose wisely in marriage. That begins with who you marry, if you in fact get married.
Christians Say Predatory Payday Loans Are Sinful
Here's how many US believers use such loans, and what they think the maximum interest should be.
The following states are included in the analysis: Alabama, Alaska, California, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota
Revisiting Evangelicals' Favorite Same-Sex Marriage Laws
Indiana draws criticism while Utah draws praise in latest attempts to balance religious and gay rights.
Indiana draws criticism while Utah draws praise in latest attempts to balance religious and gay rights. The state capitol rotundas of Utah and Indiana. 0; tweet; share; print.
Weekend Edition: January 15, 2016
A video for your church, ignoring the poor, and more.
2013, 60 percent had black pastors or predominantly black membership, according to a just-published paper by Pamela Foohey, an associate professor at the Indiana University Maurer
Meet the Rio Olympians Who Put God Before Gold
A glimpse of inspiration and testimony from some of Team USA’s Christian athletes.
A member of Faith Church in Lafayette, Indiana, Boudia is the author of the forthcoming book Greater than Gold: From Olympic Heartbreak to Ultimate Redemption.
Morning Roundup 4/8/15
Preaching Religious Liberty; Religious Freedom and You; Interview with a Christian
Not-So-Holy Week: Indiana, Religious Freedom, and You—Chris Martin. Regardless of where the people of Indiana stand on this issue, they're being hurt.
Morning Roundup 4/2/15
RFRA is New Four-Letter Word; Mirror, Mirror; New Research on Church Attendance
Indiana's new Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), passed in the wake of legal same-sex marriage for Hoosiers, caused widespread and angry debate.
Why 'RFRA' Is America's Latest Four-Letter Word
A once-popular religious freedom law is now seen as license to discriminate.
Indiana's new Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), passed in the wake of legal same-sex marriage for Hoosiers, caused widespread and angry debate.
What to Expect After the Supreme Court’s Marriage Decision
We will see more challenges to the florists, the bakers, and the pizza crust makers. And more opportunities for witness.
The heated rhetoric over Indiana's religious freedom law is a preview of what is to come. It's worth revisiting some of the Indiana rhetoric, to illustrate
Morning Roundup 6/18/15
North Carolina Misconceptions; Hillary Clinton and FDR; America and Religion
The measure is one of a string of bills in states like Indiana, Arkansas and Louisiana to allow people to circumvent equal protection for same-sex couples on grounds of religious
Christians Debate State Bans on Syrian Refugees after Paris Attacks
World Relief disagrees with half of US governors and Franklin Graham.
“I am directing all state agencies to suspend the resettlement of additional Syrian refugees in the state of Indiana pending assurances from the federal government that proper security
Fighting Ebola for the Sake of the Gospel: The Story of Kent and Amber Brantly
Medical missionaries like Kent and Amber Brantly put hands and feet on the sacrificial love of the gospel.
Kent and Amber Brantly responded to God's call to the mission field in and left for Liberia in the fall of 2013 after Kent had finished medical school at Indiana University.
An Update on the GC2 Summit on the Christian Response to Refugees
Here's what we have planned so far for the the GC2 Summit on refugees.
Pastoral Ministry. She has been Adjunct Professor of Church and Society at both Indiana Wesleyan University and Asbury Theological Seminary. As
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Top Story October 1, 2016
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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