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Recognizing the ‘Sins of Our Fathers’ Means Admitting We’re Their Children
Recognizing the ‘Sins of Our Fathers’ Means Admitting We’re Their Children
The Bible tells us we only escape original sin through our perfect savior.
From Fan to Critic
From Fan to Critic
An expected, but not devastating, part of ministry.
Partner ContentCalled Home for College
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Called Home for College
Indiana Wesleyan University equips students through an affordable and flexible education initiative.
I Lost My Dad to COVID-19. The Theology of All Saints’ Day Sustains Me.
I Lost My Dad to COVID-19. The Theology of All Saints’ Day Sustains Me.
As members of the body of Christ, we belong to each other in our grief.
The Civil War in Our Hearts
The Civil War in Our Hearts
Political division finds fuel in sin that separates us from each other. Only peacemakers win the title “children of God.”
Were You There?
Were You There?
Can a follower of Christ claim salvation through his crucifixion, but then consent to the suffering racial injustice imposes on others?
God’s Call on the Politically Ambivalent Christian
God’s Call on the Politically Ambivalent Christian
Don’t let partisan extremes and animosities prevent you from entering the arena for the sake of the common good.
Your Preaching Is Not God’s Work. You Are God’s Work.
Your Preaching Is Not God’s Work. You Are God’s Work.
How inner transformation shapes outward proclamation.
Who Preaches on Politics? Most Pastors.
Who Preaches on Politics? Most Pastors.
Study of 100,000 sermons shows gospel applied to economics, war, welfare, and other current issues.
Why I Read the Old Testament with Spiritual Seekers
Why I Read the Old Testament with Spiritual Seekers
Together, we discover Deuteronomy's Good News.

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