Advent: The Birth of Christ Is Too Big for One Day
Why our family is celebrating Advent this year.
Advent: The Birth of Christ Is Too Big for One Day. Advent: The Birth of Christ Is Too Big for One Day. Third, develop a rhythm. It's no secret that this is a crazy time of year.
How to Be Busy but in Balance
Work is good; too much good can be bad.
God has given us 24 hours each day and calls us to find ways to use that time effectively and to his ultimate glory. Third, don't let other people tell you what to value most.
Three Reasons You Should Go Trick or Treating
Halloween can be a time to be on mission and build relationships that will deepen throughout the year.
Of course, you can meet your neighbors any time—but on this day, they are coming to your door. Third, you can have a missional Halloween in how you greet neighbors.
Christianity Today’s 2018 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
“The Day the Angels In our modern era, we may think we have a third choice: the autonomous self, but Wilson, through the stories of O'Connor and Dostoevsky, points out that the self is
The Contexts for Our Carols
Cherished Christmas carols help us to sing with the saints through the ages.
hymn writers draw on both the gospel accounts of Christ's birth and the political and theological categories of their day to shape Henry Suso rendered the third verse as “Where are joys
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It's that time of year.
to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with
Three Church-Planting Practices That Need To Die
Humility in community for the glory of God
to be a community of people who walk together Sunday through Saturday and who see each day as an opportunity to worship God and draw others into His Kingdom. Third, we must
Hispanic Evangelicals & Politics Today: My Interview with Gabriel Salguero
Rev. Salguero is the founder of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) and a pastor in Orlando, FL
and are realizing that the dearth of viable political options calls us to carve a third way that will We are praying for a new day when evangelicalism is not seen as the religious face of any