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Goodbye, Mars Hill: Mark Driscoll's Multisite Empire Will Sell Properties and Dissolve
Come New Year's Day, 13 churches will go their separate ways or shut down.
A Shooting on Sacred Ground
In the midst of trauma at SPU, I’m reminded that a Christian university is a holy place.
Student Subdues Shooter After One Dead, 3 Injured at Seattle Pacific University
(Updated) It's the latest of several Christian college attacks.
Mark Driscoll Retracts Bestseller Book Status, Resets Life
(UPDATED) 'My angry-young-prophet days are over,' Seattle pastor tells Mars Hill Church. First step: He's quitting social media.
The Art of Art Collecting
Christy Tennant Krispin's show "Close to Home" aimed to take the elitism out of arts patronage.
Mars Hill Says It Released Leaders Over Church Discipline Cases
Two "had a pattern of overstepping their authority," church says.
Taste and See That Seattle Is Good—Especially at Christmastime
The bounties of the earth and the best of human creativity direct me to the Maker of all.
Where Christian Civic Engagement Begins
Tim Soerens believes that contributing to the
shalom of his city starts with showing up.
Classical Christian Education Goes to the City
Seattle's first classical Christian school hopes to train future generations of Jesus-loving city leaders.
The Story Behind the Mars Hill Trademark Dispute
Sacramento church will keep name, change logo. Seattle church says demand letter was a mistake.
Who Is Your Neighbor?
A Washington church sparks residents' anger by hosting the homeless.
Love him or hate him, Mark Driscoll is helping people meet Jesus in one of America's least-churched cities.
Men Are from Mars Hill
Mark Driscoll praises Jesus, blasts mega-churches, and extols Reformed theology.
A Methodist Mob Mugging
There are real victims in the farce that was the Methodist church trial of a lesbian minister.
Make Way for the Metro-Evangelical
'You go to the city to reach the culture,' says New York City pastor Timothy J. Keller (Andy Crouch, The Wall Street Journal)
Mars Hill Church Moves into Old Methodist Sanctuary in Seattle
America’s great cities were once lead by thriving and teeming Methodist and other Mainline Protestant downtown congregations, the vast majority of which are now dead or barely shadows of their former selves. Thank God some of the beautiful old sanctuaries they left behind are being reclaimed as once again outposts for Gospel proclamation. (Juicy Ecumenism)
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