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Short-termers have their place, but not at the expense of career missionaries.
Leighton Ford gives the charge to a new generation who will guide the church into the next century.
California: Ex-Deacon Guilty in Securities Scam
Cinema: Dorothy Has Her Day on Film
A Gen-Xer reflects on the deficits bequeathed to his generation and on its fear of redemption.
Can it be said of us that we surprise others by the sympathy and compassion we extend toward to the gay and lesbian community?
The biblical assessments of homosexual practice are unambigous in their rejection of it
Evangelism: Jews Oppose Baptist Outreach
Evangelical Lutherans: Ex-Treasurer Accused of Embezzlement
Arts Showcase: Birth Announcement
Latin American musicians Justo Almario and Abraham Laboriel jazz up the gospel.
Romancing Pentecostalism: Clark Pinnock's theology of the Holy Spirit builds a bridge between divided communities within evangelicalism.
Pastor Paul: Two new commentaries on Philippians that should be on your bookshelf.
Reforming Gomorrah: Judge Bork's case for censorship and other radical proposals for retaking America.
Evangelical environmentalists press to add creation care to the church's mission.
Youth Are Key in Moving Past 'Feel Good' Reconciliation
Serbian Baptists Hope for Return to Croatia
Profamily Victories Tempered by Abortion Override Failure
Government Awakens to Persecution
Ministry Critics Embrace Web's Uncensored Forum
Jim, Tammy Faye Describe Downfall
Bennett Indicted on 82 Counts
The sexual revolution promised liberation from traditional morality, but the only folks liberated were men.
Fifty evangelical leaders 40 and under.
Pastor X: In sneakers and jeans, Southern Baptist Chris Seay is getting his generation to go to church—at least we think it's a church.