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The purpose of the church is to proclaim and demonstrate the gospel.

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In Word, In Deed

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Eugene Cho on the underrated need for quiet works of justice.
Immigration Is Me

Immigration Is Me

Loving the immigrants in our midst
Where Has Grace Gone?

Where Has Grace Gone?

A conversation with Philip Yancey
Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

How welcoming in the stranger revived a declining congregation.
Hold a "Gas Buy Down"

Hold a "Gas Buy Down"

Give the gift of cheaper gas.
Split The Tithe

Split The Tithe

Give half to the church and half to missions.
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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Our editors have compiled our best on Mission topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

Coming and Going

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Two leaders. One mission. Two very different strategies.
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Two men serving Jesus, two very different peronsalities. In this interview, Neil Cole and Ed Young Jr. discuss their unique approaches to ministry.
We Aren't About Weekends

We Aren't About Weekends

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In this interview Bob Roberts shares his vision for "glocal transformation," including the need for ministry throughout the week, not just on Sunday mornings.
Dei Laborers

Dei Laborers

Rick McKinley and the Imago Dei Community are taking the whole gospel to the whole city of Portland, Oregon, even to the margins.
Why THIS?
Rick McKinley talks about how his church, Imago Dei, strives to serve the entire city of Portland, Oregon, including those on the margins of society.
"Showtime!" No More

"Showtime!" No More

Could our church shift from performance to mission?
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Walt Kallestad's church shifted its focus away from entertaining in order to start creating disciples. They lost a third of their congregation but the results were worth it.
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Think You Had a Bad Day?

Think You Had a Bad Day?

10 things to remember from church history when you're discouraged in ministry.
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