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What a Murdered Russian Dissident Can Teach Us About Moral Courage
What a Murdered Russian Dissident Can Teach Us About Moral Courage
Alexei Navalny was willing to stand alone—knowing he’d never be alone in the bigger story.
He Enzheng: Female Missionary Pioneer in Xinjiang
He Enzheng: Female Missionary Pioneer in Xinjiang
Her faith and sacrifices have inspired many Chinese Christians to devote their lives to mission in the Muslim region.
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Michael Wear’s Solution to Political Captivity
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 93|47min
Michael Wear’s Solution to Political Captivity
The author and nonprofit founder has hope for a better way.
‘Moral Leadership and Personal Convictions’ with Russell Moore
Where Ya From?Episode 62|54min
‘Moral Leadership and Personal Convictions’ with Russell Moore
Seeking and speaking God’s truth amid the shifting culture.
Doubt Is a Ladder, Not a Home
Doubt Is a Ladder, Not a Home
Churches should welcome questions. That doesn’t require embracing perpetual doubt.
The Quest for a Good Children’s Bible
The Quest for a Good Children’s Bible
A children’s ministry veteran explains where kids’ Bibles tend to go wrong—and highlights a few that get it right.
Theology Is Not a Waste
Theology Is Not a Waste
Far from being impractical, careful theological study is crucial to ordinary Christian life.
Big, Big Market: Why CCM Filled ’80s and ’90s Homes
Big, Big Market: Why CCM Filled ’80s and ’90s Homes
Recent histories, documentaries, and devotionals prompt fans to look back—and perhaps learn some lessons—from the genre’s heyday.
The Fault in Our Norms
The Fault in Our Norms
How do you decide what should be normal in a secularized, fragmented society?
The Journey into Emotional Health
Being HumanEpisode 5|44min
The Journey into Emotional Health
Steve welcomes his wife, therapist Lisa Cuss, for a discussion on trauma, grief, and healing.