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Don't Give Up on Post-Christian Places
Tim Keller shows how the seeds of gospel transformation can take root in rocky secular soil.
Why Church Partnerships Really Matter in Detroit
In a city Billy Graham called one of the most divided he'd ever seen, a new church-unity movement is all the more profound.
Subscriber Access Only Black Flight
African American churches leave the inner city for the suburbs.
Subscriber Access Only Love Where You Live
Urban, suburban, and rural churches respond to new challenges in a less mobile era.
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Bridge to a Place Called Home
How one ministry partners with churches to put the homeless back on their feet.
Subscriber Access Only Suburban Spirituality
"The land of SUVs and soccer leagues tends to weather the soul in peculiar ways, but it doesn't have to"
Subscriber Access Only Raising the Compassion Bar
How 575 suburban teens underwrote a medical clinic, schoolhouse, and a year's supply of food for a village in Zambia—with money to spare.
Subscriber Access Only Willow Creek's 'Huge Shift'
Influential megachurch moves away from seeker-sensitive services.
We Want Your Common-Good Stories: Introducing Our Second Essay Contest
And you want our common-good cash, right?
My Boss Is a Detroit Carpenter
Detroit native Timothy Addy says his Handyman Ministries provides a doorway into people's lives.
The Top 10 This Is Our City Stories: Editor's Pick
And a bit of what our team learned along the way.
Subscriber Access Only Trading Spaces: Inner City Helps the Suburbs
Suburban poor change the direction of ministry.
Subscriber Access Only Mobile No More
How does the biblical storyline relate to America's all-time-low moving rate?
Announcing: The This Is Our City Essay Competition
Tell us about the common-good decisions you or others have made on behalf of your city..
Why Cities Feel Glorious
And why, in comparison, the suburbs so often feel flat.
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The Uneasy Conscience of a Christian Boxing Trainer
The Uneasy Conscience of a Christian Boxing Trainer
Why it may (or may not) be okay to watch adults beat up on one another.
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