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To Serve Is to Suffer
If the apostle Paul knew fatigue, anger, and anxiety in his ministry, what makes us think we can avoid them in ours?
Did Jesus Wear Designer Robes?
The gospel preached in Africa's New Pentecostal Churches ends up leaving the poor more impoverished than ever.
The Face-to-Face Gospel and the Death of Distance
Al Erisman says we need to think about ministry in the digital culture the way missionaries think about the culture of the people they serve.
Muslim Followers of Jesus?
Believers from Muslim backgrounds are trying to forge new identities in Islamic cultures. The debate over their options has grown furious.
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A Statement On Prosperity Teaching
From the Lausanne Theology Working Group, Africa chapter at its consultations in Akropong, Ghana, 8-9 October, 2008 and 1-4 September 2009
Sowing Subversion in the Field of Relativism
More important than winning the argument against relativism is winning the relativist for Christ.
More Partners at the Table
Valdir Steuernagel says we need to learn how to serve in a fellowship of rich and poor, Africans and Asians, subsistence farmers and tech professionals.
A Lifelong Journey with Islam
From childhood, I've been learning about—and witnessing to—Muslims.
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Top Story April 16, 2014
How God Became Jesus—and How I Came to Faith in Him
How God Became Jesus—and How I Came to Faith in Him
Bart Ehrman’s narrative suggests the more educated you are, the less likely you are to believe. My life proves otherwise.
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