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Jan 16, 2018
persecution, persecuted church

What Persecution Is, and Isn’t, and How to Respond to Open Doors’ 2018 World Watch List

Our misuse of 'persecution' disrespects believers for whom any public reference of their faith could mean death.

Having just come out of the holiday season, many of you will likely remember recent rhetoric surrounding a certain conflict—one that some have called the “war on Christmas.” For those of you who aren’t aware or haven’t heard the news, some Christians ...

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Jan 15, 2018
simone biles, harvey weinstein, meryl streep, me too

Simone Biles, #MeToo, and How Christians Must Respond

This is a problem we all must address.
Simone Biles, #MeToo, and How Christians Must Respond
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Just tonight, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles joined the chorus of women who’ve bravely brought their stories of abuse into the public light. Biles, 20, made this announcement detailing the ways her former team doctor, Larry Nassar, abused both her and other teammates.

#MeToo, ...

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Jan 15, 2018
king, graham, gospel, social justic

Billy Graham, Martin Luther King Jr., and Having a Dream

Lessons from the life of Dr. King
Billy Graham, Martin Luther King Jr., and Having a Dream
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Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day—a Monday dedicated each year to celebrating the legacy of a man who labored tirelessly for racial equality.

As the Executive Director of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, I’ve naturally taken particular interest in a certain ...

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Jan 12, 2018
theology, podcast

The Theology for Life Podcast

A weekly podcast co-hosted by Drs. Ed Stetzer and Lynn Cohick
The Theology for Life Podcast

Sin, Patience, and Our Theology

In this episode of Theology for Life Ed and Lynn talk to Dr. David Lauber about his works on both the doctrine of sin and the role of patience in the Christian life.

David Lauber (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is associate professor of theology ...

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Jan 11, 2018
Andy Savage, Highpoint Church, Memphis, abuse, assault

Andy Savage’s Standing Ovation Was Heard Round the World. Because It Was Wrong.

It's not an incident. It's abuse.

If you are getting weary of more sexual assault allegations coming out every day, you are not alone. The #MeToo campaign is shining a spotlight on widespread misogynistic behavior, ranging from unprofessional to full-scale assault.

As overwhelming as this feels, it pales in comparison ...

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Jan 11, 2018
rural church, small town, multisite

Video-Driven, Multisite Church Planting in Rural North America

Bringing big church opportunities to small communities

“Honestly, I think you’re crazy.”

That was the conversation stopper offered by a friend and colleague. We had gone to seminary together in the Dallas – Fort Worth metro area, served on staff at the same church, and now lived halfway across the country ...

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Jan 10, 2018
vision, leadership

Visionary Leadership

President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference contributes to a new series

Leadership is perhaps the most commonly written about subject on planet earth, and yet it is likely the least understood and most difficult skill to master. What’s more, the vast majority of leadership literature is framed in purely secular terms, which not only starves ...

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