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Evangelism in Post-Christian Western Europe: Six Insights
What can American Evangelicals learn from their European counterparts in regards to evangelism?
Aug 18, 2016. evangelism, Europe, Postmodern. Evangelism in Post-Christian Western Europe: Six Insights. Evangelism in Post-Christian Western Europe: Six Insights.
Are We Talking Past Each Other? 3 Tips For Talking Faith With Friends & Neighbors
It is past time we return to the basics if we are to relate to those around us in a way they will understand who God is and what it means to follow Him.
As Western culture is less and less influenced by Christian ideology, we can no longer assume our neighbors are familiar with basic biblical concepts or terms.
Weekend Edition - August 12, 2016
Church revitalization, honoring a family of five, Phil Ryken, church signs, and more!
They planned to leave in October. But in an interstate construction zone in western Nebraska, a semi truck rear-ended the family's vehicle. Tragically
Developing a Missional Response to Seismic Shifts in the Church
It’s time to stop holding on to yesteryear and start looking for ways to introduce Jesus to our dark world.
church planters. There have been two seismic shifts in the church and culture in the English-speaking Western world over the past few decades. The
Russia: The Other Christian Nation
A cozy relationship between church and state has lasting implications.
The notion that people will invariably choose a Western-style democracy once they taste the fruits of a market economy has been a bedrock of US foreign policy until just a few years ago
Russia's Ban on Evangelism Is Now in Effect
But how strictly will it be enforced?
That “need” would arise as a result of greatly-heightened East-West tensions—tensions which are also very much contingent upon Western behaviour.
A 'Romantic Way to Escape Persecution': Online Matchmaking
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren’t so sure.
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren't so sure.
Trends in Church Architecture, Part 3
Third Places are the new multi-purpose building.
activities. It's only been in recent history, particularly in Western civilization, where homes have been treated as isolated enclaves to retreat from others.
Issues in the Future of Evangelicalism
The future of evangelicalism includes harsh realities for churches.
question. But it appears that despite our best efforts to keep up with the ever-morphing values and circumstances of Western cultures, the answer eludes us.
Died: Kenneth Bailey, the Scholar Who Made Jesus Middle Eastern Again
The late scholar helped Western Christians see the Bible through a cultural lens.
Again. The late scholar helped Western Christians see the Bible through a cultural lens. parable. Bailey spent his later years in western Pennsylvania.
Died: Tim LaHaye, Author Who 'Left Behind' a Long Legacy
Jerry B. Jenkins: 'Thrilled as I am that he is where he has always wanted to be, his departure leaves a void in my soul.'
A Bob Jones University alumnus, LaHaye received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Western Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Literature degree from Liberty University.
Subscriber Access Only Why Christians Should End Their Search for 'Relevance'
In a culture hell-bent on undermining traditional institutions, including the church, Christian witness will look neither conservative nor liberal but resilient.
At least since the carnivals of medieval Europe, down to the excesses of modern-day Mardi Gras in the heart of the Bible Belt South, Western culture has tolerated the occasional
Weekend Edition—April 29, 2016
Jesus' skin color, religion in school, hiring mistakes, and more!
In most of the Western world, Jesus is white. Religious Indoctrination and the Proselytizing Public School—Trevin Wax. Good words on the balance needed in public school settings.
Weekend Edition—April 22, 2016
Dangerous refugees, evangelical opportunities, and more!
We have found each other and for a moment we are good friends: two mothers a refugee mother and a western mother on a journey with our children asylum seeking dependents and
The Nations Have Come to Our Cities
We cannot overlook the influx of "the nations" ready for the gospel.
visceral level. Third, not only did we choose not to do church “the Western way,” we thought through how life would be for an international in Chicago. I
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The Good (and Bad) News About Christian 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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