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From The Editor

The Discerning Leader

The Discerning Leader

Honing your sensitivity to the Spirit


Do You Ever Refuse a Prayer Request?

Do You Ever Refuse a Prayer Request?Subscriber Access Only

Sometimes people's wishes run counter to God's painful path of transformation.


The Silence Between the Notes

The Silence Between the NotesSubscriber Access Only

A theology of rest is essential to redeeming a theology of work.

Bonus Articles

Praying with My Feet

Praying with My Feet

How prayer walks connect me to the tragedy and joys of my neighborhood.
Cowpokes and Farmers

Cowpokes and Farmers

One innovates, one cultivates. Is there room on the range for both in church?

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Contemplating our Call

Contemplating our CallSubscriber Access Only

Sometimes, "Really, Lord?" sums up God's leading.
A Case for Shorter Sermons

A Case for Shorter SermonsSubscriber Access Only

Preachers: longer doesn't mean better.
When My Daughter Said, 'I'm Gay'

When My Daughter Said, 'I'm Gay'

Confessions of an evangelical pastor.
Unconventional Warfare

Unconventional Warfare

Leadership secrets of a Green Beret chaplain.
Why I Didn’t Skip Church …

Why I Didn’t Skip Church …

Even though part of me really wanted to.

Exhausted!Subscriber Access Only

Worn out? Here are tips for ministry refreshment.
When Meanings Collide

When Meanings CollideSubscriber Access Only

Examining the way Jesus communicated moves us into deeper conversations.
It's Not Your Fault

It's Not Your FaultSubscriber Access Only

11 practical tips for ministering to those suffering domestic violence.
Editor's Pick
The Prodigal Daughter

The Prodigal Daughter

What I said when a pastor friend asked me to preach after his daughter strayed.
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