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God in Our Midst
There is a pervasive consumerism in the church today.
It examines the cultural context of Canada—a few steps further along the road of religious recession than the United States—and generates practical insights for developing a practice of
Breaking the 200 Barrier: Cornerstone EFCA in Casper, Wyoming
Church seeks to meet the needs of a community that often travels on the weekends.
The initial building campaign occurred during an economic recession, and yet the church grew, our people gave, and the Lord blessed. Our growth has
Missional Hymns—An Interview with Keith Getty
Keith and Kristen Getty drive hymnody for the missionary work.
preach. China, the context, was very anti-Christian, the minimizing of Christian rights, the murdering of Christians and indeed worldwide global recession.
Missions Sunday: Co-Mission: The Sharing Economy & The Mission World
Atlanta organization is leveraging coworking for the gospel.
Maybe it's because the world seems to be finally lurching out of the deep recession that has formed the backdrop of the social discourse for nearly a decade.
Why Your Deflated Retirement Dream Might Be God’s Open Door
After losing my safety net, I see retirement as meaningful vocation, not permanent vacation.
retirement years. Boomers were never great savers, and the recent recession further impacted our ability to support ourselves through our retirement years. A
What Have I to Fear
However you vote this year, don't be motivated by fear.
During economic recession or war, fear clarifies the choice of the electorate for a candidate who promises to create prosperity and guarantee safety.
For Giving Tuesday: Where Evangelicals Donate (And No Longer Donate) Their Dollars
Christians are giving away more money than before the recession. But the parachurch, not churches, is getting most of it.
Christians are giving away more money than before the recession. But the Their Dollars. Christians are giving away more money than before the recession.
Family Christian Risks Shutdown of 266 Stores after Bankruptcy Auction
Four bidders—three of them liquidators—are bidding for the nation's largest Christian bookstore chain today.
two years. Bengochea blamed the recession, the digital revolution, and the company's debt load as leading factors in the bankruptcy. Family Christian
Family Christian Stores Lives On, For Now
Court approval needed for sale to Family Christian subsidiary.
two years. Bengochea blamed the recession, the digital revolution, and the company's debt load as leading factors in the bankruptcy. Family Christian
Subscriber Access Only Investments for the Kingdom
Eventide Funds has confounded the investment world with its success—and its biblically based principles.
that makes the world rejoice.”. As the Great Recession began, the sun was setting on John's longing for a call to ministry. In response to John's question
Morning Roundup 11/12/14
Churches Over Budget; Discipleship and Authenticity; Wives of Evangelicalism
In the study's release, Lifeway Research Director Scott McConnell said, "The most recent of recession revealed poor habits among Americans in term of spending and lending.
America's Largest Christian Bookstore Chain Files for Bankruptcy
CEO: 'We have carefully and prayerfully considered every option.'
In a video message to customers, Bengochea named the recession, the digital revolution, and the company's debt load as factors leading to FCS's bankruptcy.
Why We Need Rich Christians
Excessive wealth isn’t good for anybody, unless it’s used for good for everybody.
The median household income has decreased in recent years, settling just above $50,000. (Data from The Nation's Economy, This Side of the Recession.).
Morning Roundup 11/20/14
Overspending Churches; Converting Catholics; Bob Jones University Investigation
Lifeway Research Director Scott McConnell said of the numbers, "The most recent of recession revealed poor habits among Americans in term of spending and lending.
Morning Roundup 9/30/14
Friendless Millennials; Limiting Religious Groups; Principled Pluralism
of ways. The recent Recession, the exhausting persistence of the War on Terror and violence in the Middle East, and a whole lot more. Violence, economic
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There’s No Crying on Social Media!
There’s No Crying on Social Media!
Young adults are desperate not to let peers see any signs of weakness or failure.
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