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June 17, 2019
8 Simple (but not easy) Rules for Movement: Part 6 - Send Co-Vocational Teams
8 Simple (but not easy) Rules for Movement: Part 6 - Send Co-Vocational Teams
When so-called “secular” work is seen as part of the mission, it can aid the church reproducing the process.
Racial Healing in Charleston Meant More Than Hugs and Unity Marches
In Charleston, Racial Healing Meant More Than Hugs and Unity Marches
As the first anniversary of the 2015 church massacre neared, public shows of support masked private tensions. But cracks were appearing in the city’s segregated silos.
Irenaeus of Lyon
Irenaeus of Lyon
Passionate Apologist to the Gnostics
Why I’m Not Pushing For Church Growth Any More
Why I’m Not Pushing For Church Growth Any More
For years I pushed for growth. And it nearly pushed me out of pastoral ministry.
June 15, 2019
Oops! 10 Funny Distractions Pastors Faced While Preaching on Sunday
Oops! 10 Funny Distractions Pastors Faced While Preaching on Sunday
No one ever said the life of a pastor was boring.
June 14, 2019
Are Guns Inherently Evil?
Are Guns Inherently Evil?
Shane Claiborne and Michael Martin envision a future without firearms. Should believers rally to their cause?
Will Southern Baptists’ Political Truce Last Through 2020?
Will Southern Baptists’ Political Truce Last Through 2020?
After a polarizing presidential election in 2016, evangelicals rethink their discourse and engagement.
The One Big Counterintuitive Reason Most Churches Stay Small
The One Big Counterintuitive Reason Most Churches Stay Small
In many cases, small might be a strategic advantage.
What This Charleston Massacre Documentary Wants to Tell Us About Forgiveness
What This Charleston Massacre Documentary Wants to Tell Us About Forgiveness
A close look at the deadly church shooting, “Emanuel” reveals ruthless sin, scandalous mercy, and divides that persist.
Oh, the Places We’ll Stay
Oh, the Places We’ll Stay
In a world that promises liberation from the limits of place, we are called to be rooted disciples.
Top Story June 17, 2019
Racial Healing in Charleston Meant More Than Hugs and Unity Marches
In Charleston, Racial Healing Meant More Than Hugs and Unity Marches
As the first anniversary of the 2015 church massacre neared, public shows of support masked private tensions. But cracks were appearing in the city’s segregated silos.
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