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As a Mixed-Race Christian, I Used to Think Diversity Was Enough
As a Mixed-Race Christian, I Used to Think Diversity Was Enough
How I came to see the value and beauty of gatherings exclusively for people of color.
The Early Church Saw Itself as a Political Body. We Can Too.
The Early Church Saw Itself as a Political Body. We Can Too.
A Christian vision of the public square starts with being a different kind of people.
Partner ContentPastor, Are You Missing Your Sheep?
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Pastor, Are You Missing Your Sheep?
3 tools for those craving the incarnational over the digital.
In the Bible, ‘Individualism’ and ‘Collectivism’ Aren’t Tidy Categories
In the Bible, ‘Individualism’ and ‘Collectivism’ Aren’t Neat and Tidy Categories
Characters in Scripture don’t “follow their dreams.” But some do stand out from the crowd.
Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
How to heal a medical system that abandons the vulnerable.
Armenian Christians Are Especially Worried About War
Armenian Christians Are Especially Worried About War
The current conflict with Azerbaijan is rekindling fears, a century after genocide.
Beth Moore on Standing Up to Your Own Tribe
Podcast | 36 min
Beth Moore on Standing Up to Your Own Tribe
From teaching Sunday school to a national platform, Beth Moore has always followed her passion . . . and her conscience.
The Art of Pastoring While Discouraged
Podcast | 30 min
The Art of Pastoring While Discouraged
Pastoring can take a toll on the souls of leaders. How can we deal with discouragement without losing our sense of calling and purpose?
How Culture Shapes Sermons
How Culture Shapes Sermons
Recent books on culturally distinct preaching challenge misconceptions and equip diverse pastors to better address a multiethnic world.
Your Devotional Is Not a Bible
Your Devotional Is Not a Bible
Inspiration and comfort do not offer us the full weight and scope of God’s Word.

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