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Why I Wrote ‘Christians in an Age of Outrage’
I want to help Christians engage an outraged world with discernment and wisdom, seeing the world as the mission field to which God has called us.
No Refuge: Persecuted Christians Entering US Dwindle to Record Low
The United States took in 100 times fewer Middle Eastern refugees than two years ago.
Azusa Pacific University Changes, then Trustees Reinstate, Policy on Student Same-Sex Relationships
The trustees of Azusa Pacific University “reaffirm our responsibility to steward the Christ-centered mission” of APU.
Maria Devastated Puerto Rico. It Didn’t Destroy the Church.
Holding onto faith after a natural disaster changes everything.
Azusa Pacific Okays Gay Romance (But Not Sex and Marriage)
Christian university is also now hosting a formerly underground LGBT student group.
How Christian Leaders Should, and Should Not, Speak in This Kavanaugh Moment
How can we spiritually lead our people struggling to respond in a culture charged by political polarization and fed a diet of cable news and social media?
Why Christians Need to Support Women’s Rights and Religious Freedom in the Muslim World
There is a correlation between these two liberties that must be uncovered.
Gleanings: October 2018Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our October issue).
Cover Story: God of the Second ShiftSubscriber Access Only
The theology of work conversation is thriving. Why are most workers missing from it?
Evangelicals Argue Against US Reducing Refugees to 30,000
Trump administration says Christians in Iraq face genocide; only 18 have been allowed to resettle in America this year.
Just 23 Iranian and Iraqi Refugees Have Come to America This Year
The Trump administration announced further cuts to the resettlement program. What can Christians do?
Mr. Rogers Had a Dangerous SideSubscriber Access Only
Underneath the gentle smile and neighborly manner, he was driven by anger at the way the world treated children.
A Dying Child and a Living HopeSubscriber Access Only
How prayer and friendship helped an expecting mother through a devastating fetal diagnosis.
Abortion Is Wrong. That's Not Why Roe v. Wade Is Wrong.Subscriber Access Only
A better case for overturning a bad Supreme Court precedent.
Let’s Quit the Tug-of-War over Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Legacy
How the German martyr’s example has been used—and abused—in American public discourse.
Our October Issue: Rethinking Vocation
Work is both “do what you love” and “do what you must.”
One Body, Many Parts: The Crucial Role of the ‘Faith-Based FEMA’ After Florence
Working alongside government agencies, Christian volunteers aid hurricane victims based on what each denomination does best.
Here’s Who Willow Creek Chose to Investigate Bill Hybels
Independent advisory group of four evangelical leaders—two women and two men—hope to complete work by early 2019.
The #MeToo Movement Has Educated Pastors. And Left Them with More Questions.
More pastors say they are addressing these issues from the pulpit. Still, half say they lack training in how to address sexual and domestic violence.
If You Really Want to Help after Hurricane Florence, Set Out to Be Humble—Not a Hero
Leave the cape at home before leaping into action because it’s humble hearts and hands that are needed to save the day.
When God Makes Sunbeams Collide with Waterfall Spray
When God Makes Sunbeams Collide with Waterfall Spray
Rainbows signify something more than a post-Flood peace offering.
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