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Brandon J. O’Brien: Scripture as a Cross-Cultural Experience
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Brandon J. O’Brien: Scripture as a Cross-Cultural Experience
Reading the Bible without cultural blinders.
Seven Trials, Two Dangers, and One Underappreciated Book
Seven Trials, Two Dangers, and One Underappreciated Book
Church leaders care too much about numbers and too little about Numbers.
Paid ContentThe Antidote to Loneliness? Self-Awareness.
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The Antidote to Loneliness? Self-Awareness.
New research suggests gifts assessments effectively treat isolation and loneliness.
Leading Psychologist Bridges Trauma Healing and the Black Church
Leading Psychologist Bridges Trauma Healing and the Black Church
Incoming American Psychological Association president Thema Bryant’s “psychology for the people” approach is already helping break Christian stigmas around therapy.
Eurovision Win Offers Momentary Joy for Ukrainians
Eurovision Win Offers Momentary Joy for Ukrainians
“In the midst of a horrific, diabolical invasion,” Christians celebrate their country's recent victory in the global song competition.
Reimagining Biblical Womanhood Part 2: Continuing the Conversation
Reimagining Biblical Womanhood Part 2: Continuing the Conversation
More “real talk” about the personal and professional challenges facing Christian women in leadership.
The Confusion in Our Free Speech Debate
The Confusion in Our Free Speech Debate
Sometimes, freedom. Sometimes, moderation. Always, love.
Faithful Anti-Racism with Christina Edmondson and Chad Brennan
Where Ya From?Episode 27
Faithful Anti-Racism with Christina Edmondson and Chad Brennan
Research and insights into racial reconciliation.
Five Lesser-Known Children’s Fantasy Series That Point to the Gospel
Five Lesser-Known Children’s Fantasy Series That Point to the Gospel
Meet a new generation of authors picking up where Lewis and Tolkien left off.
Vote as a Christian, Not Because You Are Christian
Vote as a Christian, Not Because You Are Christian
Lebanese evangelicals—like believers worldwide—often approach elections torn between hope and despair. But with a major vote looming, do they have a biblical mandate to participate?

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