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Our Pulpits Are Full of Empty Preachers
Our Pulpits Are Full of Empty Preachers
Tens of thousands of pastors want to quit but haven’t. What has that done to them?
As for Me and My Household, We’ll Resist Mammon
As for Me and My Household, We’ll Resist Mammon
Money promises autonomous abundance. But we need someplace where we cannot hide.
Drug Addiction Was Bad in America. The Pandemic Made it Worse.
Drug Addiction Was Bad in America. The Pandemic Made it Worse.
Recovery ministries try to help as people give up and give in.
I Plant Secret House Churches Because I Was Saved into One
I Plant Secret House Churches Because I Was Saved into One
How an Iranian teenager found Christ and launched a mission to equip persecuted believers.
The Scottish Complementarians Who Teach Women to Preach
The Scottish Complementarians Who Teach Women to Preach
A church planting network in Edinburgh’s poorest neighborhoods is flipping gender norms on their heads.
Christ Conquered Death. He Didn’t Cancel It.
Christ Conquered Death. He Didn’t Cancel It.
Like a burial garment, life and death are interwoven.
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When the Congregation Leaves Town, Should the Building Follow?
When the Congregation Leaves Town, Should the Building Follow?
How churches survive “spiritual gentrification.”
Black Christian Homeschoolers Are Redefining the Movement
Black Christian Homeschoolers Are Redefining the Movement
Faithful moms are adapting and developing new curricula as more families of color opt to educate at home.
Christian Witness After War: A Firsthand Account of Armenia and Azerbaijan
Christian Witness After War: A Firsthand Assessment of Armenia and Azerbaijan
After churches change hands in Nagorno-Karabakh, can Armenian and Azeri Christians reconcile faster than their governments?
Wait, You’re Not Deconstructing?
Wait, You’re Not Deconstructing?
What’s behind the exvangelical trend isn’t new. But it sheds new light on theology.
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Gordon-Conwell to Sell Main Campus, Move to Boston
Gordon-Conwell to Sell Main Campus, Move to Boston
After a decade of enrollment decline, leaders began to see the seminary’s biggest financial asset as a liability. They hope relocation could be the big change they need.

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