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Fall 2011: Dark Nights of the Soul
volume 32, Issue 4
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From The Editor
Not all desolation is a "dark night of the soul"
Spiritual thermometers and prayer in the darkness
Pastor Tullian Tchividjian survived a leadership coup by finding rest in the liberating power of the gospel.
The struggles of these spiritual giants yielded unexpected blessings.
How six ministers replenish their energy and refresh their spirits.
When God seems absent, silence isn't the final word.
Dark nights often have many dimensions
The quiet strength of an activist mystic
No one wants a preacher who's a know-it-all, or just going through the motions. The antidote is something to marvel about.
Gardner Taylor on desolate spirituality, "aridity," and the hope of home.
Excessive Internet use, online gaming, and porn are rewiring the male brain
How churches can benefit from Google+
These pop culture references belong in the dustbin.
Review of Scot McKnight's 'The King Jesus Gospel'
The loss of a friend sparked an extended time of dryness.
Make sure your congregation's cribs are up to code.
One of God's underused gifts is time to sharpen.
Intergenerational connections and parental involvement give kids a faith that lasts beyond high school.
As Christian colleges and seminaries multiply your options for pursuing further education, now might be the time to start or finish that degree.
Maximize your ministry through social media