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To Reach Unsaved Christians, First Help Them Get Lost
People who claim Christianity but lack gospel awareness present a unique evangelistic challenge.
The Struggle to Say ‘I’m Sorry’ in Public
Why we have a hard time saying we were unequivocally wrong.
Making Grace Visible: Reflections on Our Calling
Unless we are proximate, there is no opportunity to show grace.
Live at the Intersection of Grace and Truth
We don’t get to pick "either/or." It is a distinctly "both/and" proposition.
Being Cordial Even When We Think Differently
We must walk in the footsteps of Jesus. To do this, we will learn to love those we disagree with.
Richard Foster: Effort Is Not the Opposite of GraceSubscriber Access Only
As he retires from public ministry, the ‘Celebration of Discipline’ author reflects on the heart of spiritual formation.
With Sexual Sin, Truth and Mercy Triumph over Judgment
What I've learned from both sides of a hard conversation.
The Implications of Meritocracy on the Church: Grace Erased for Incarcerated Individuals
Punishment devoid of grace is not justice, but vengeance.
That Discussion You’re Dreading Is a Ministry Opportunity
How to dive into crucial conversations without clamming up or lashing out.
Lord, Save Me from My Side Hustle
Hard work is a virtue. But Scripture warns of its vice.
We Need an Independent Investigation of Sovereign Grace Ministries
Allegations of child sexual abuse and staff cover-up continue to swirl. Let’s set an example for all churches to follow, bringing healing to victims and churches alike.
C. J. Mahaney Withdraws from T4G
Following Rachael Denhollander’s Sovereign Grace claims, the former SGM president once again says he wants to avoid distracting from the biennial conference.
How the Transgender Narrative Perpetuates Stereotypes
The church can offer hope to those who find it hard to love the body they’re in.
Sovereign Grace Disputes Rachael Denhollander’s Remarks
As former gymnast advocates for victims in the church, SGC calls her take on its past scandal “not true.”
What Christians in the US Can Learn from Immigrant Pastors
For those who met Christ elsewhere, Americanized Christianity can look a bit strange.
The Generous Soul
Why overcoming the Scrooge in all of us begins with gratitude.
6 Ways Martin Luther Led Me to My Own Personal Reformation
As a young Catholic, learning about the Protestant Reformation dramatically changed my faith.
The Beginning of Dementia Isn’t the End of GraceSubscriber Access Only
How the church can come to the aid of sufferers and their loved ones.
Our Two Spiritual Time ZonesSubscriber Access Only
Living in the tension between present promise and future fulfillment.
Fellow Christian, I’m Going To Assume The Best Of You – Even If You Don’t Give Me The Same Courtesy
If we look for the worst in people, we’ll get bucketloads of it. If we look for the best, we’ll get that.
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America’s Farming Crisis, Laid Bare by Midwest Floods
America’s Farming Crisis, Laid Bare by Midwest Floods
A deeper problem lies beneath recent stories of swelling rivers, soggy small towns, and feel-good relief efforts.
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