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Religious Liberty Takes the Cake: Supreme Court Speaks up for Religious Liberty, But Where Were Many Fellow Christians?
Supreme Court rules 7-2 in favor of Jack Phillips, doing the right thing. But there is more work to do.
Religious Liberty Takes the Cake: Supreme Court Speaks up for Religious Liberty, But Where Were Quick background: Jack Phillips is a Colorado baker who refused to make a custom
Reaching and Revitalizing Rural America: Overcoming Misconceptions, and Answering the Call (Part 2)
In reality, rural America is in a perilous position — perhaps in greater danger of decay and decline than many cities.
A quick look at rural zip codes through this tool reveals that the number of people not It takes a unified effort of the Church — both inside and outside rural America — to bring together
No, the World Won't End Next Week and There's No Such Thing as a Christian Numerologist
If we start speaking up about bad "Christian" reporting, maybe people will do it less.
Every time. To be fair, all it takes is a quick Google search to see that Fox News isn't the only media outlet making these unfounded claims. Fake news
Three Keys to Increasing Church Planting Capacity in Denominations
Engage the Planters. Embrace the Pace. Establish the Path.
It takes time to see if a movement is going to gain traction and have long-term impact. This is true in ministry. But quick change is not part of a district or denomination.
Evangelism is a Four Letter Word
Evangelism isn’t what it used to be and is uncertain of what it should be.
Evangelism takes place when we become evidence of God's love in and through Christ; by what we say and do; by Especially as we become “quick to listen” to bruised or broken hearts
Cover Story: Mending Men’s MinistrySubscriber Access Only
How to disciple in an era of male floundering.
critics. But he is quick to argue that men's ministry should not focus on manliness. Clemmer wasn't surprised. Building relationships takes time, he says. “We
The Power of Our InabilitySubscriber Access Only
The glory and failing of the human body—it’s all God’s grace.
We're not as quick as we used to be in the gym and on the field; childbearing takes something out of us that never comes back; concentrating on difficult reading takes extra effort; a
Christians, Repent (Yes, Repent) of Spreading Conspiracy Theories and Fake News—It's Bearing False Witness
Try this instead: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.
We are all quick to demand journalistic integrity from those who oppose our views of it.” The tragedy is “made secondary” as the narrative of the conspiracy “takes precedence over the
3 Challenges in Urban Ministry
Urban ministry engages depravity, longevity and community.
Another challenge of urban ministry is longevity; this type of ministry is not a quick fix It takes longevity—in many cases a life-long commitment—to walk this journey and love a certain city
The Christian History of America's Guns
How religious convictions have influenced our relationships with our firearms.
“In the back of the mind they may be saying, 'and save me too,' but this is the way the theological conversation takes place.”. What is “Quick to Listen”? Read more.
Pastoral Training Is Changing
It's not a straight path to the pulpit anymore.
Yet seminary leaders are quick to say that online programs aren't for everyone. “While I'm excited about offering a DMin program 100-percent online, I hope no one takes full advantage
Quick Thoughts on Evangelism and Church Planting in Secular Contexts
Secularization does not mean a disinterest in spiritual things.
Quick Thoughts on Evangelism and Church Planting in Secular Contexts. In most cases, north and south, that takes place when people are invited to a church service, some sort of
A Wrinkle in Heaven
Can the spiritual dimensions of reality be probed by science?
To see this vision, though, we will first need a quick primer on the physics of higher It takes only a small leap of imagination, then, to wonder whether Jesus had access to such higher
How Many Evangelicals? An Interview with Brian Stiller
Getting a handle on the global number of Evangelicals
This immediately takes you to the people, movements and moments in time, providing a quick bird's eye view by way of following from 1521 to 2010.
Rebuilding Our Witness (Part 1): Why It's Time to Take a Second Look at Our Christian Worldview in Light of Our New Political Climate
A Christian worldview embraces two things: the Great Commandment and the Great Commission
A quick review of 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 might be helpful: Love always takes steps forward to gather into the fold all those who have been physically, emotionally, socially, or spiritually
Why Didn’t God Make You More Beautiful?
The glorious gospel needs ordinary people.
Jesus takes Peter and his other two closest associates, James and John, up a “high mountain Peter, once again quick on the draw, wants this amazing meeting to continue so he offers
Breaking the 200 Barrier: Heritage Park Baptist Church in Webster, Texas
Church in metro Houston reached neighbors after a hurricane
There are no quick fixes, but there are very real solutions. But it's worked. I have no idea if something like that will work for you, but I do know that changing a culture takes time.
Can Pain Cultivate Empathy in Us?
Research suggests yes, and even the unlikely can grow. But our suffering Savior is the best model.
It only takes a quick Google search to find articles bemoaning the effects an unempathetic generation can have on our political, societal, and religious communities.
Our Blood Exposes Our Physical—and Spiritual—Health Subscriber Access Only
When we are sick and need to know what can make us whole again, there is no other fount we know.
In the time it takes to read this sentence, your body will produce 17 million blood cells It has sailed on the quick current of the great arterial rivers and through the smallest cholesterol
Why We Mourn for Pakistan’s ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
Persecuted church advocate K. A. Ellis on what it takes for the Western Church to support its beleaguered brothers and sisters.
Persecuted church advocate KA Ellis on what it takes for the Western Church to support For the latest episode of Christianity Today's weekly podcast, Quick to Listen, Ellis joins Morgan
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Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Along the way, we may be able to show people Jesus.
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