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Is This Election Shaping the Future of Evangelicalism?Subscriber Access Only
And could that be a good thing?
Viewing Black Lives Matter, Part 3
To understand Black Lives Matter one should remember history
God's Place in Black HistorySubscriber Access Only
Looking to the past provides direction for the current fight for justice.
#HellenistWidowsMatter: A Parable
What might we learn from the Scriptures about advocating for those who feel wronged?
“It’s Cheaper to Rape a Woman than Waste a Bullet”Subscriber Access Only
Violence against women anywhere is a threat to women everywhere.
Surprise Change in How Multiethnic Churches Affect Race ViewsSubscriber Access Only
They’re now altering black attitudes more than white ones. But is that bad?
Do Well and Do Good
How does Christian faith play out in Silicon Valley?
My Silence Is Not Compliance: Why I Don’t Preach Politics from the Pulpit
Preachers need to take our cue from God's Word, not the current obsession of the 24-hour news cycle.
Too Poor to Get Out of JailSubscriber Access Only
How unjust police detention exploits the most vulnerable.
Lessons from ExileSubscriber Access Only
What minority churches have learned from their time outside the mainstream – and what the white church can learn from us.
Body Cameras in North CharlestonSubscriber Access Only
And 3 other innovative ‘ideas that work’ from creative churches.
Buy the Product, Not the Sob Story Subscriber Access Only
Why sustainable social enterprise has to be more than a pity-inducing sales pitch.
A Biblical Answer to Poverty: God’s People and the Marketplace
How should Christians respond to poverty? Helpful thoughts from Dr. Anne Bradley.
The Justice-Forward Salvation ArmySubscriber Access Only
Combined with evangelism, it's a heady combination.
99 HomesSubscriber Access Only
America's master of social realism tells another gripping story, this one set during the 2010 housing crisis.
The Refugees Are HereSubscriber Access Only
How a German pastor is teaching his people to welcome those displaced from Syria.
Tough Love for the Black ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Thabiti Anyabwile, a Reformed pastor in Washington, D.C., offers celebration, critique, and hope for revival.
Don’t Give up on the Black ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Many black ministers-in-training are turning on the black church. Here’s why they should give it a second look.
Trumped-Up ChargesSubscriber Access Only
Who’s defining your church’s reputation toward Immigrants?
Top Story April 19, 2019
Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
According to the gospel of John, the cross casts us into community.
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