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King Solomon’s Advice to Americans in 2023
King Solomon’s Advice to Americans in 2023
Thirty proverbs on power, justice, and politics.
Still Bowling Alone
The Bulletin Episode 5|53min
Still Bowling Alone
Loneliness and isolation continue to plague us despite more connection available through technology than ever before.
Paid ContentFinding Your Place in the Global Mission Field
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Finding Your Place in the Global Mission Field
Collaboration is key.
Why Christmas Is Bigger Than Easter
Why Christmas Is Bigger Than Easter
The Incarnation exists for the Atonement, but it is also so much more.
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Facing Challenges, Chinese Churches in Europe Look to the Future
Facing Challenges, Chinese Churches in Europe Look to the Future
Ministries are starting to reach out beyond the diaspora community and pass the faith onto the next generation.
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Hallelujah! ‘Messiah’ Sing-Alongs Turn Audience into the Choir
Hallelujah! ‘Messiah’ Sing-Alongs Turn Audience into the Choir
The centuries-old tradition has returned to community theaters after a pandemic hiatus.
Welcoming the Promised One
Welcoming the Promised One
From Advent meditation to Christmas celebration. Join us on December 14 for a special live event, featuring writers from CT’s “The Promised One” devotional.
Kara Powell: The Spiritual Promise of Generation Z
Viral JesusEpisode 53|45min
Kara Powell: The Spiritual Promise of Generation Z
Helping teens, young adults, and the church address life’s biggest questions about faith and belonging.
Why ‘Persecuted’ Is Not the Best Way to Describe Christians in the Gulf
Why ‘Persecuted’ Is Not the Best Way to Describe Christians in the Gulf
While restrictions on religion remain, most Arab nations pass the tolerance test enough for Christian ministry to continue.

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