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Before 'Transforming' Your Neighborhood, Talk to Your Neighbors
For my failed megachurch, renewing the Near Eastside of Indianapolis meant stopping long enough to listen.
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Episcopal Bishops Divided Over Sexuality
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Open or Closed Case?
Controversial theologian John Sanders on way out at Huntington.
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Steps to Recovery
Victim of mistaken ID in Taylor van crash walking again.
Subscriber Access Only 'Let's Go Home'
The latest on the Taylor University crash mix-up. Plus: The other abortion ban in South Dakota, new developments on pharmacist conscience clauses, new Da Vinci Code
Subscriber Access Only Church Pink Slips
Tax exemption means layoffs hit congregations' employees harder.
Making Culture in a Small Town Storefront
Why I helped restore a relic from the past on behalf of the next generation.
Subscriber Access Only Resolved to Discipline
Southern Baptists repent of inflated membership numbers.
Subscriber Access Only An Arts Festival in the Heartland
Bill Gaither has succeeded in putting together an event that increases Christ through the performers' diminishment.
Subscriber Access Only Indiana Planned Parenthood Ordered to Provide Abortion Records
Plus: Millard Fuller's organization's new name, RLUIPA, religion at the Air Force Academy, Bush promises to push for religious freedom in China, and more articles from online sources around the world.
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Will It Be Bayh?
Why choosing the Indiana senator as a running mate could help Obama with religious conservatives.
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Staying on Course
Southern Baptists reaffirm their conservative positions.
Subscriber Access Only Five Dead, Four Injured in Fatal Taylor University Crash
Plus: Darfur rallies planned for Sunday, evangelical disunity on immigration, a surprise warning before a film, abandoning evangelical, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Q & A: Mitch Daniels on the Economy, His Quiet Faith, and a Social Issues Truce
Why the governor of Indiana is ambivalent about "compassionate conservatism," sees fiscal responsibility as a moral issue, and still wants a truce on social issues.
A Legacy in Indianapolis That Outlives the Super Bowl
Long before the NFL named my hometown this year's host city, Near Eastside leaders were revitalizing the heart of their neighborhoods.
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Why Black Churches Are Keeping Millennials
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