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Summer 2006: iChurch
volume 27, Issue 3
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Do you tell the whole truth to people who want only certain parts?
Not all communities have too much. How one church brings the gospel to the economically distressed.
We weren't from around here. We could choose either to make this place ours, or never fully arrive.
A theology of God's abundance and our hunger for more.
Distressed by consumer Christianity, this church razed the ministries enjoyed by so many for so Iong—and started over.
They don't have to compete when their purpose is aligned.
Attendance figures inflated.
Selling his soul on eBay allowed one man to encounter Christianity in a new way.
A father's love, integrity matters, and more.
Keeping your crew content isn't as hard as you think.
Megachurches are waking up to address huge global and social issues, and smaller churches are making a big difference.
Is our insistence on choices leading us astray?