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ARTICLE: Why Volunteers Won’t Save America
Ron Sider's Unsettling Crusade
Why does this man irritate so many people?
The Colossus of Care
World Vision has become an international force—and a partner with the poor.
Legacy of a Global Leader
Less known than Stott's earlier work is his ministry with Langham Partnership International.
Suffering in Sudan
Church leaders ask for prayer and advocacy
Let's Talk Sex
What Christian books on the topic are, and are not, communicating.
Stamp of Glory
The first chapter of Tim Stafford's new novel about the abolitionist movement.
Stamp of Glory (Part 3)
The first chapter of Tim Stafford's new novel about the abolitionist movement.
Taking Back Fresno
Working together, churches are breathing new life into a decaying California city.
The Evangelical Elite
Michael Lindsay says adherents of the movement can now be found in powerful positions in every niche of American life.
Servant Evangelism
How Luis Palau, thousands of volunteers, and a gay mayor are trying to transform Portland.
How Culture Shapes Scientists' Thinking About God's Planet
Former Harvard astronomer Owen Gingerich challenges the notion that religion and science inhabit separate spheres.
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ARTICLE: Robertson R Us, Part 1
When evangelicals look in the mirror, do we see the host of The 700 Club staring back?
ARTICLE: Robertson R Us, Part 2
When evangelicals look in the mirror, do we see the host of The 700 Club staring back?
God's Missionary to Us, Part 1
When Lesslie Newbigin returned to the West after 35 years in India, he found his native England had become a foreign mission field.
God's Missionary to Us, Part 2
When Lesslie Newbigin returned to the West after 35 years in India, he found his native England had become a foreign mission field.
God’s Wonder Worker
In retirement, John Wimber reflects on what he learned from building the Vineyard.
Anatomy of a Giver
American Christians are the nation's most generous givers, but we aren't exactly sacrificing.
How God Won When Politics Failed
Learning from the abolitionists during a time of political discouragement.
Can This Institution Be Saved?
A curious alliance of helping professionals is working to rebuild marriage in a culture of divorce.

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What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
COVID-19’s ministry disruptions are generating lasting insights.

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