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Here’s the Best Prediction Yet of How Christianity and Islam Will Change Worldwide by 2050
Pew Research examines influence of births vs. conversions, and how China could change everything.
For example, if a large share of China's population were to switch to Christianity (as discussed in a sidebar), that shift alone could bolster Christianity's current position as the world's
Morning Roundup 11/19/14
End of Mideast Christianity?; Atheism in China; Exercising Power and Wise Boundaries
The following is a sidebar from a chapter on power and wise boundaries that I trust you will enjoy: Do an honest inventory of the power God has granted you.
How Churches Change the Equation for Life After PrisonSubscriber Access Only
One of the hardest days of incarceration may be the day it ends. The church can be there to make a difference.
people and their families. A small advocacy team briefs legislators and builds coalitions with like-minded groups (see sidebar on page 46). Over the past
The Road to Emotional Health
How transforming your unhealthy interior transforms your leadership.
Peter Scazzero. This article and the sidebar are condensed by permission from The Emotionally Healthy Leader, by Peter Scazzero (Zondervan, 2015).
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Responses to our May issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.
revivalism.”. Gary D. Nock Ephrata, WA. I appreciate Jones's journey to Bethel and his subsequent story—and I'm grateful for Mark Galli's thoughtful sidebar. But
Are Pro-Lifers Hypocrites When it Comes to Down Syndrome?
Are pro-lifers hypocrites when it comes to babies with Down syndrome? The Atlantic implies that they are, but I'm not convinced...
It hits me like a sucker punch every time. This week the blow came on page 30 of the Atlantic, where a sidebar with numbers in large bold font told a story:
When Heaven and Earth Meet--Experiencing a Thin Place
When was the last time you experienced a thin place, a place where heaven and earth seemed to touch, if only for an instant?
be a place of unexpected connections. Some of you have probably read the sidebar before, but just in case you haven't: This blog is about discovering
You Might Have Noticed...
Gleanings has a fresh new look, and we're pretty excited about it.
and theology. You also can see what's most interesting to other readers by checking out the top-5 most read Gleanings in the righthand sidebar. Scroll
The War After the WarSubscriber Access Only
PTSD touches veterans and their families. How churches can help.
To Share or Not to ShareSubscriber Access Only
5 principles for self-disclosing personal information.
Believers on the MOVESubscriber Access Only
A suburban Chicago church ministers to Muslims at home and abroad.
Related Elsewhere: This article is a sidebar to today's lead article, "Muslim Missions: Then & Now.". For more on Wheaton Bible Church's MOVE Initiative, visit WheatonBible.org.
Student Story On Professor's Arrest Post-Jerry Sandusky Sparks Controversy At Bryan College
(Updated) Student editor: "Printing this story will not cause a Penn State situation...."
Green decided to publish the story himself in fliers around campus this week, including a sidebar column raising questions about how to break sex-abuse stories in the wake of the Jerry
Morning Roundup 01/07/13: Egyptian Christians Facing New Islamist Law; Stopping Gossip; Practicing What You Preach
I just stand in an open area and hand out a little tract I wrote called "My Story." And that's exactly what it is: the account of God's good work in my life (see sidebar).
Generation GapSubscriber Access Only
Hispanic and white churches together must face the growing gulf between first- and later-generation Hispanics.
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By Andrés Tapia. This article appeared in 1991 as a sidebar to the Christianity Today cover story, "¡Vivan Los Evangelicos! See also the sidebar "Not All Hispanics Eat Tacos.".
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The 20 different Latin American nationalities represented in el Norte have significant differences in food, slang, values, and immigration history.
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By Andrés Tapia. This article appeared in 1991 as a sidebar to the Christianity Today cover story, "¡Vivan Los Evangelicos! See also the sidebar "Generation Gap.".
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We Actually Don’t Need a Trinitarian Revival
We Actually Don’t Need a Trinitarian Revival
Attempts to teach a ‘better’ understanding of the Trinity may do more harm than good.
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