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The Exchange is a blog by Ed Stetzer on theology, missiology, church planting, church revitalization, and church innovation.
A national project aims to understand the impact of the pandemic on church attendance.
Takeaways and learnings from local church visits
How to apply the biblical concept of church discipline in a non-profit environment.
Church discipline does a body good.
The Better Samaritan is a blog covering humanitarian, disaster, and justice issues with research, stories, and interviews.
Open letter from a 16-year-old
When we put these aside, we find the road to humanity.
Q&A with Catherine Coleman Flowers
When the love of Jesus goes incarnate among the homeless
Recognized as one of the most popular and thoughtful evangelical bloggers on the web, Scot McKnight and his loyal community discuss theology and current events in a seamless, engaging conversation.
Our weekly selection of links across the web.
Pivot is a blog by Karl Vaters that discusses innovative leadership from a small church perspective.
Motivation is hard. And comfort food feels so good. But it’s more important now than ever to stay healthy.
We haven’t ceased to be the church. We’ll never cease to be that. But I miss the gathering.
While necessary right now and important in the future, we can't close our eyes to the downsides of online church.
Here's a simple way to help online churches reach even more people through YouTube.
Just Marinating is a Christianity Today blog by pastor and author Derwin L. Gray. The former NFL linebacker and now lead pastor at Transformation Church covers leadership, discipleship, church planting, evangelism, and the gospel of grace in his blog.
Every ending is a new beginning.
Joy is not found in our circumstances.
Six keys to being more productive in life and ministry.
His case is so convincing, so true, that it is beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are guilty.
Thin Places covers the intersection of faith, family, and disability from author Amy Julia Becker. This blog is about discovering and remembering thin places, places where heaven and earth touch, where God seems more readily present, more easily accessed. It is meant to uncover ideas, relationships, points of connection, and moments of deep beauty that draw us towards one another and towards the Holy One.
Final thoughts on family, faith, and what matters most.
A conversation with CT editor Katelyn Beaty about blogging, books, and what's next.
The best of faith, family, disability, and culture as I say goodbye to blogging.
The possibilities and limitations of logging life on the Internet.
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