One-on-One with Dave Deuel on Disability Concerns and the Gospel Today
"I focus very specifically on identifying and helping young disability ministry leaders."
Dave: I think that the best advice I can offer is a principle that I embraced from my earliest years of ministry: don't spend a great deal of your time trying to become a high-profile leader.
A New We
Christian colleges and universities implement changes to support students of color.
They “did not expect me, as a young black man, to adapt to the white conservative profile at my predominantly white institution.” When professors are able to listen to and uniquely
Unmarried and Undaunted
How singleness can inspire faithful service and hope for the Resurrection.
In the book, you profile Macrina (a 4th-century nun), Perpetua (a 2nd-century martyr), and Lottie Moon (a 19th-century missionary to China) as examples of Christian women who
What Went Wrong with Nadab and Abihu
The odd Old Testament episode is a sharp reminder of our need for Jesus.
Whether Roman Catholic cardinals or high-profile Protestant pastors, it's been devastating and sobering to read about sins and abuses by those entrusted to preach the gospel and
Responses to our September issue.
Build community, but build it offline. Being part of a local church doesn't require having a public profile on Facebook. Be savvy. Only friend people you know in real life.
Self-Control, the Leader’s Make-or-Break Virtue
Is it possible to build willpower like a muscle?
self-control. Responding to many recent high-profile moral failings, theologian Owen Strachan shared this leadership lesson on social media: Now more
Longtime Christian Post Publisher Charged in $10 Million Fraud Scheme
Manhattan indictment alleges conspiracy and shady business practices between Christian Media Corporation and Newsweek rescuer IBT Media.
financing and conceal its origins in order to fund day to day operations and meet other needs unrelated to the stated purpose of the financing, and maintain a credit profile sufficient to
Let the Foster and Adopted Children Come to Me
Families of vulnerable children often feel unwelcome in their own churches. Here are five ways to change that.
about the work they do. During your corporate time of prayer, you could profile some children who are waiting for adoptive families. Who knows if God
Myers-Briggs and Other Mirrors for the Soul
A new history of the ubiquitous personality test sheds light on what it can and can’t deliver.
Despite its prominent place in personality-profile history—or, perhaps, because of it—the Myers-Briggs receives plenty of scorn for how it was created and developed.
Look Outside America for Fresh Insight on American Evangelicals
Melani McAlister’s new history aims to capture what the familiar political story leaves out.
As subjects of a “kingdom that has no borders,” why have American evangelicals become so closely identified with a president who cuts an “America first” profile?
Who Is My Digital Neighbor?
A Christian call to reject polarizing public discourse.
In these scandals, it is alleged, the private information of millions of Facebook users was harvested without our consent and presumably used to profile us, further turning our newsfeeds
Prosperity Gospel Taught to 4 in 10 Evangelical Churchgoers
Survey finds most Protestants believe God wants them to prosper financially. But views diverge on whether they must tithe to receive it.
“A number of high-profile evangelical leaders have condemned the prosperity gospel,” he said. “But more than a few people in the pews have embraced it.”.
The Church and Mental Health: What Do the Numbers Tell Us?
Let's move beyond the whispering, the silence, the shame, and the stigma.
Over the past few years, the discussion has felt forced, especially when the event is connected to high-profile suicides of prominent Christian leaders or their family members and close