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The gospel is eternal, but every Christian leader is called to demonstrate and to proclaim that gospel in a particular (and sometime pecular) context. Understanding your culture is an important part of making disciples of every nation.

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Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

How welcoming in the stranger revived a declining congregation.
Together, Without God

Together, Without God

New atheist communities look a lot like church.
Hold a "Gas Buy Down"

Hold a "Gas Buy Down"

Give the gift of cheaper gas.
Host "Midnight Basketball"

Host "Midnight Basketball"

Give kids a safe place to play.
Fix Cars For Single Moms

Fix Cars For Single Moms

Serve your community through basic car maintanence
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Together, Without God

Together, Without God

New atheist communities look a lot like church.
Make Room for Me

Make Room for Me

New research reveals what Millennials like—and don’t like—about churches, and what we can do to reach them.
Seven Lies Christians Tell

Seven Lies Christians Tell

We mean well, but is the truth really on our lips when we evangelize?
The 15 Best iPad Apps for Pastors

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Apps every iPad-packing pastor needs.
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Our editors have compiled our best on Culture topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.
The Facts and the Furious

The Facts and the Furious

News you can use

A Mighty River or a Slippery Slope?Subscriber Access Only

Examining the cultural and theological forces behind the new interest in justice.
Why THIS?
Mark Labberton examines the recent shift from evangelical skepticism to enthusiastic engagement regarding social justice issues, including what needs to happen to sustain this new commitment.
Personal but Never Private

Personal but Never PrivateSubscriber Access Only

Jim Wallis and Mark Dever don't see eye to eye, but they do agree on justice.
Why THIS?
Jim Wallis and Mark Dever don't see eye to eye, but they do agree on justice.
The Justice Generation

The Justice Generation

Young people are drawn to injustices, and this is an opportunity for life-shaping discipleship.
Why THIS?
Is the younger generations' passion for social justice a trend? Why justice issues should be part of spiritual formation.
Is Jesus Welcome in Justice Efforts?

Is Jesus Welcome in Justice Efforts?Subscriber Access Only

How to speak his name in a "serve but don't proselytize" world.
Why THIS?
Christians serving in justice ministries are sometimes discouraged from discussing Jesus. This article reveals how they have found ways to share Jesus anyway.
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Together, Without God

Together, Without God

New atheist communities look a lot like church.
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