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Apr 11, 2014
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My Interview with Boz Tchvidjian (Part 4)

Boz addresses a crucial part of how the Church addresses child abuse: how it's reported.
My Interview with Boz Tchvidjian (Part 4)

ED: You said we need to have protocols for dealing with reporting abuse at the local church level. I think most people know what a "required reporter" is now—they have to report certain things. But it's more than that. Can you talk to us a little bit about ...

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Apr 4, 2014
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An Interview with Dr. Philip Jenkins, Distinguished History Professor (Part 3)

What does the future of the global church look like? Dr. Jenkins explains.

Mar 28, 2014
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An Interview with Dr. Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History (Part 2)

In Part 2 of my interview with Dr. Jenkins, we discuss the prosperity gospel and the explosive growth of the global church.
An Interview with Dr. Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History (Part 2)

Ed: What do you see as the impact of the prosperity gospel on global Christianity?

Dr. Jenkins: That is certainly one of the most sensitive fields you will meet worldwide. You can look at this in a couple of different ways. I certainly know churches and preachers who, to use ...

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Mar 21, 2014
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An Interview with Dr. Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History, on Global Christianity (Part 1)

At a recent national meeting of The Foursquare Church, I interviewed Dr. Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History.
An Interview with Dr. Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History, on Global Christianity (Part 1)

Ed: What are some differences in global attitudes to the nature of the Bible and the Old Testament?

Dr. Jenkins: When you are in Europe or the United States, if you are dealing with ordinary, secular people, the Old Testament can be almost an embarrassment. "We do not understand ...

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Feb 7, 2014
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My Interview with Boz Tchvidjian (Part 3)

How can non-hierarchical denominations prevent child abuse in churches?
My Interview with Boz Tchvidjian (Part 3)

So what could a non-hierarchichal denomination do? For Evangelical denominations who don't have enforceable policies brought down from above, how can they tangibly act?

I think a starting place is for the leadership of these denominations to engage in personal dialogue ...

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Jan 31, 2014
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People-Pleasing Pastors, an Interview with Charles Stone

Dr. Charles Stone shares about his experience as a people-pleasing pastor and how he learned to overcome it.
People-Pleasing Pastors, an Interview with Charles Stone

Ed Stetzer: Dr. Stone, explain a bit of your experience in church leadership and how that motivated you to write your newest book, People-Pleasing Pastors.

Dr. Charles Stone: I've served as a pastor in some capacity for over 33 years either as a church planter, an associate ...

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Jan 29, 2014
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God's Mission has a Church: My Interview with Tabletalk Magazine

In an interview with Tabletalk Magazine I share a bit about my testimony, my ministry, and my research.
God's Mission has a Church: My Interview with Tabletalk Magazine

Tabletalk: Please describe how you became a Christian and your current ministry.

Ed Stetzer: I grew up on Long Island, outside of New York City, in a nominal Irish Catholic home. My sister was the first in my family to hear the gospel and trust Christ. She rode a church bus from ...

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Jan 22, 2014
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My Interview with Boz Tchvidjian (Part 2)

Boz Tchvidjian shares his thoughts on protecting children within Catholicism and hierarchical denominations in Evangelicalism.
My Interview with Boz Tchvidjian (Part 2)

Let's talk some about how to protect our children in different denominational structures. The Catholic Church has a hierarchical structure. The negative side of this is that at one point they used their hierarchy to hide. But now, it appears that they're using their ...

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Jan 10, 2014
Interview

BiVO, An Interview with Author Hugh Halter

Pastor Hugh Halter explains the importance of bi-vocational ministry in his new book, BiVO.
BiVO, An Interview with Author Hugh Halter

Please explain a little bit about your new book, BiVO, and what motivated you to write it.

I wrote BiVO because it was the story behind the story. Most people know me because we wrote a book called The Tangible Kingdom. It was a book about how we grabbed some friends and committed ...

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Jan 8, 2014
Interview

My Interview with Boz Tchividjian (Part 1)

Boz Tchvidjian shares his thoughts on the way Evangelicals handle sexual abuse in their churches.

Dec 11, 2013
Interview

My Interview with Selma Wilson, President of B&H Publishing

Selma Wilson shares her story and how she became President of B&H.
My Interview with Selma Wilson, President of B&H Publishing

Yesterday, GM announced that it had named its President, and some news organizations referred to this development as ending the "boys club" in car manufacturing.

You might find it interesting that in Christian publishing, there is one woman president among the ...

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Dec 10, 2013
Interview

Both-And: My Interview with Rich Nathan

What is the value of a church being a "Both-And" church?
Both-And: My Interview with Rich Nathan

Rich Nathan is the lead pastor of the Columbus Vineyard. You can find out more about the church in this extensive write-up in Christianity Today. I've appreciated his friendship and was glad to host him and other Vineyard megachurches at LifeWay for two days on "How ...

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Nov 6, 2013
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The Pastor's Justification: My Interview with Jared Wilson

Pastor, author, and blogger Jared Wilson shares a bit about his new book, The Pastor's Justification.
The Pastor's Justification: My Interview with Jared Wilson
Courtesy of Jared Wilson

You separate this book into two major parts: "The Pastor's Heart" and "The Pastor's Glory." Why these two parts?

The first part of the book is essentially an exposition of 1 Peter 5:1-11 that aims to help the pastor reading the book see how the ...

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Oct 15, 2013
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Jesus>Religion: My Interview with Jefferson Bethke

Known worldwide for his "Why I Love Jesus and Hate Religion" YouTube video, Jefferson Bethke has authored his first book.
Jesus>Religion: My Interview with Jefferson Bethke
Courtesy of Urban Gospel Entertainment

We recently had the opportunity to chat with Jefferson Bethke about his new book Jesus>Religion: Why He Is So Much Better Than Trying Harder, Doing More, and Being Good Enough. Jefferson is best known for his spoken word YouTube video "Why I Hate Religion, But Love ...

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Oct 7, 2013
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The Gospel and Social Justice in Brazil: An Interview with Mauricio Cunha

Mauricio Cunha and CADI marry the Gospel and social justice throughout Brazil.
The Gospel and Social Justice in Brazil: An Interview with Mauricio Cunha
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I recently had the opportunity to travel to Brazil with LifeWay Research. We are partnering with Cidade Viva to conduct some research for Transformational Church Brazil. You can read more about our entire trip to Brazil here.

One of the highlights for me was interviewing ...

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