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Ordinary Life Is Crammed with Heaven
Ordinary Life Is Crammed with Heaven
How our senses can point the way to God’s presence.
Which Is Worse: the Guilty Freed or the Innocent Punished?
Which Is Worse: the Guilty Freed or the Innocent Punished?
New study examines how your race and view of Scripture shape your answer.
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21 Essential Parenting Resources
Digital tools designed to make your parenting journey easier
Being Samaritans to Those Brutalized by Beijing
Being Samaritans to Those Brutalized by Beijing
The American church must not pass by the chance to welcome and help Hong Kongers and Uighurs.
Why It Feels So Disappointing to Sing to the Lord a Remote Song
Why It Feels So Disappointing to Sing to the Lord a Remote Song
Lessons from a year without corporate worship.
Lent Lifts Us Up Where We Belong
Lent Lifts Us Up Where We Belong
These 40 days of self-denial might seem painful during a pandemic. But the habits of “tedious love” are just what we need right now.
‘The Mandalorian’ Can Teach Us How to Navigate Crises of Faith
‘The Mandalorian’ Can Teach Us How to Navigate Crises of Faith
The Golden Globe nominee shows us what happens when “the Way” really isn’t.
Empathy and Ethnicity
Adopting Hope | 49 min
Empathy and Ethnicity
How God prepared Joyce and Timothy Dalrymple to adopt their daughter from China.
Indian Government Regulation Squeezes Christian Charities
Indian Government Regulation Squeezes Christian Charities
Nonprofit licenses revoked, leaving millions without help.
The Bloody Conflict Dividing Ethiopia’s Christians
The Bloody Conflict Dividing Ethiopia’s Christians
A shared faith isn’t sufficient in preventing ethnic violence.

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