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Spring 2009: Unhooked: Addiction Recovery
volume 30, Issue 2
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Is a relaxed attitude toward alcohol among clergy leading to a new battle over prohibition?
How do you work pastorally with people who are likely to fall again?
Cultivating spiritual formation in a community of addicts.
Consumerism addicts us to immediate gratification and perpetual youth, but the cross lifts us to a more satisfying joy.
When a pastor struggles with an addiction, who needs to know?
Do we ever get to stop fighting against the evil within?
Recovery ministries demand a level of honesty many congregations aren't used to.
The proliferation of vices in our culture means our posture as churches needs to adapt.
The risk of welcoming those nobody else wants.
Book Review of Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps.
Is all the chatter on the web about missional church actually keeping us from being missional?
Connecting both the sermon and small group to God's big story.
A new tool that emphasizes transformation and not just decision.
How to recover from your failures in the pulpit.
Alternatives to cutting staff when the budget gets tight.
Using art to enhance, and never distract, in a worship service.
Could I speak for 35 minutes without ever writing notes?
What might God be saying in tough economic times?
His unexpected message to church leaders: fully embrace your Christian identity.
Rather than importing pastors from elsewhere, these churches are discovering the benefits of cultivating new leaders from within.
The Porn Pastor's strategy for reaching Sin City is unconventional, and what he's doing in Vegas can't stay in Vegas.
Interview with Andrew Marin