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Like Starving Chefs

Coming to Scripture only to feed others is not a healthy recipe.
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How Should We Then Spend?

Transparency is the key to financial wisdom for leaders.
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Fighting Christians: We Need a Christmas Truce

What if we laid down our verbal rifles during the holidays?
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The Truth, Not the Whole Truth, but Nothing but the Truth

The tough art of communicating sensitive information.
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Don't Laugh; Your Church Might Be Miley Cyrus.

She's nothing if not pragmatic. And so are we.
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The Gluttony of Time

Busyness is evidence of unhealthy appetites.
Why THIS?
Too busy? Boy Hyatt explores the relationship between busyness and gluttony.

There Is NO Virtual Church (Part 1)

Online church is close enough to the real thing to be dangerous.
Why THIS?
Virtual church lacks the very things that really form us into a community of believers.

Burger King Health Clinics and Christmas Humbug

Christmas may have pagan roots, but that doesn't mean it can't have redemptive value.
Why THIS?
Acknowledging that Christmas may have pagan origins shouldn't diminish the value of celebrating the holiday.

Multi-site the Low-tech Way

Why video venues should be a last resort.
Why THIS?
When Bob Hyatt's church added a second site, they chose not to implement video preaching at their new location. This article outlines what prompted this decision.

Preaching for the Nod

It's easy it is to “speak prophetically” when you know it's what people want to hear.
Why THIS?
Pastors are often tempted to preach in a way that will elicit words of affirmation from the audience. But preachers are called o a higher standard than that.
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Growing Grace for Mental Illness

One pastor's story mirrors a burgeoning response in the church.
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