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Nov 15, 2017
roy moore, evangelical, senate, election, accusation

Your Disgust for Roy Moore’s Evangelicals May Say More about You than the Actual Data

Occam's razor, hermeneutics, and what the research really says
Your Disgust for Roy Moore’s Evangelicals May Say More about You than the Actual Data
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The accusations against Roy Moore are credible and Moore should step down. If he continues to maintain his innocence, he should still step down so he can fight to clear his name, for the good of his state, for the success of his party, and to end the embarrassment he is causing ...

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Nov 14, 2017
church planting, discipleship, evangelism, multiplication

Will We See a Church Planting Movement in North America?

How can church leaders prepare themselves and their churches?

The rise of church planting fervor within many streams of evangelicalism leads us to a question: Is it possible that we will see a church planting movement in North America? We read Luke’s account of the spread of the church in the Book of Acts and dream of being a part ...

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Nov 13, 2017
balance, yes, no, schedule

How to Be Busy but in Balance

Work is good; too much good can be bad.

You know that famous saying, “Time flies when you’re having fun?” Well, in my experience, that’s just not the case. Time flies regardless of whether I am enjoying myself or not. Finding a way to accomplish every line item on my to-do list and trying to ...

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Nov 12, 2017
african, diaspora, study Bible

The African Diaspora (Part 1): A Brief History and Lessons

Immigrant lessons from Joseph, Daniel, Esther, and Nehemiah
The African Diaspora (Part 1): A Brief History and Lessons
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We live in a world where emigration is an option for many people. For some, persecution or famine in their own country causes them to flee their homeland. Many of us know people who have felt forced to emigrate. For others, the promise of a better life for their family is hard ...

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Nov 10, 2017
evangelical, gospel, culture

Are Evangelicals Losing the Gospel in Our Day?

The Gospel itself never changes; the way we share the Gospel must.

When preaching the gospel, many preachers today are talking less about forgiveness and getting to heaven and more about bringing God’s kingdom to earth and changing and healing the world in the here and now.

Is this a good thing?

No and yes. Let me explain.

The gospel is ...

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Nov 9, 2017
Roy Moore, accusation, Joseph, Mary

No, Christians Don't Use Joseph and Mary to Explain Child Molesting Accusations

Doing so is ridiculous and blasphemous.
No, Christians Don't Use Joseph and Mary to Explain Child Molesting Accusations
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There are times when Christians bow our heads in prayer and lament. When we see unbelievable tragedy and suffering, we find ourselves asking how much longer God will wait. This past week, I found myself calling out to God in this respect in the wake of the Texas church shooting, ...

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Nov 9, 2017
parent, adoption, biracial

I’m a White Mom of Beautiful ‘Colored’ Boys

As a bi-racial family, how should we raise our children?
I’m a White Mom of Beautiful ‘Colored’ Boys
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I’m white. My son is black.

More accurately, my first born is an olive-toned Native American, and my youngest is black. I’m Slovenian and my husband is Irish. We are both olive. Until our second son was born—the black son—no one ever saw our family as ...

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