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The Paradox of Playfulness
The Paradox of Playfulness
Christians can engage in whimsy not because life is easy, but because life is difficult.
Ten Percent Won’t Work for Everyone
Ten Percent Won’t Work for Everyone
The New Testament suggests that different Christians should give different portions of their income to the Lord.
Partner ContentOver Half of Non-Churchgoers Believe That Local Churches Don’t Care For Their Well-Being. Are They Wrong?
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Over Half of Non-Churchgoers Believe That Local Churches Don’t Care For Their Well-Being. Are They Wrong?
We must engage in meaningful conversations about mental and emotional health.
The New Prison Ministry Lies in Bible Education
The New Prison Ministry Lies in Bible Education
Religious programs, including evangelical schools, are a major force for good behind bars.
Christ’s Prayers Can Transform Ours
Christ’s Prayers Can Transform Ours
When we look closely at how Jesus’ prayer life is depicted in Luke, we discover how essential prayer is for us.
The Riddle of Church Loneliness
The Riddle of Church Loneliness
Why were evangelicals as lonesome as everyone else before COVID-19, but less so after?
‘The Native Story’ with Mark Charles
‘The Native Story’ with Mark Charles
We must face uncomfortable truths, decolonize the gospel, and learn how understanding trauma can lead to reconciliation.
Does God Really Want Missionaries to Risk Their Lives?
Quick To ListenEpisode 285|47 min
Does God Really Want Missionaries to Risk Their Lives?
Parsing when doing ministry in the midst of danger is selfish v. selfless.
Ed Stetzer: Rising Above the Outrage
Viral JesusEpisode 14|43 min
Ed Stetzer: Rising Above the Outrage
As one of America’s most sought-after evangelical commentators, Ed Stetzer is calling Christians to a wiser, more redemptive engagement with politics and culture.
My Dad Taught Me How to Love the Exvangelical
My Dad Taught Me How to Love the Exvangelical
What looks like rebellion might often be pain and despair.

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