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Summer 2010: Justice & Evangelism
volume 31, Issue 3
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These churches are combining justice and evangelism.
How to speak his name in a "serve but don't proselytize" world.
Young people are drawn to injustices, and this is an opportunity for life-shaping discipleship.
The price of getting personally involved in justice.
We dare not be silent about injustices, if only we can see them as God does.
The theology of justice flows from the heart of God.
Examining the cultural and theological forces behind the new interest in justice.
Bringing reconciliation into all areas of life.
Calling involves everything we are and everything we do.
A review of Untamed: Reactivating a Missional Form of Discipleship by Alan Hirsch and Debra Hirsch
... deserves thoughtful preparation.
What people really mean when they ask for "deeper" sermons.
Helpful tips for guarding church employees and equipment.
What's the invitation here: "Pray this prayer" or "Follow me"?
A new way to measure spiritual vitality
What I discovered was different from what I had always been told.
One church's attempt to do justly
Some churches do ministry to children, others do it with them.
Jim Wallis and Mark Dever don't see eye to eye, but they do agree on justice.