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You Were Made for More Than Safety
But Owen Strachan’s summons to risky living isn’t just another entry in the “radical” genre.
God’s Mercies Aren’t So New
Why an ancient bishop taught new believers about grace using the Old Testament.
I Am Not Abraham’s Mistake
Pop theology about Arabs contradicts the gospel.
When One of Us Falls
5 pastors share how they react when a high-profile Christian leader has a moral failing.
What Your Ministry is Really About
God’s people in God’s presence.
What Went Wrong with Nadab and Abihu
The odd Old Testament episode is a sharp reminder of our need for Jesus.
Arguing Against the 'Argument Culture'
Tim Muehlhoff discusses the art of civil, Christlike conversation.
Christian, Meet Confucius
Forget the made-up Internet quotes. The ancient Chinese philosopher has serious wisdom for followers of Christ.
Cristiano, conozca a Confucio
Olvide las citas inventadas en internet. El antiguo filósofo chino tiene sabiduría importante para los seguidores de Cristo.
The Lord's Supper Is a Rehearsal Dinner
When we partake in communion, we're practicing for something big.
How God Keeps it Together
When our life unravels, He holds the threads.
The Cynic’s Guide to Sin
We’re not surprised when people fail us. But should we be?
The Loving Father Who Judges?
Peter sees no conflict with God’s compassion and his justice.
Good News, Satan Wants to Destroy You!
It may sound weird, but knowing we have an enemy is encouraging.
Have Mercy as God Has Mercy
Mercy is what holiness looks like in the lives of God's children.
The Suffering Servant Only Makes Sense in the Context of the Trinity
The historical Christian doctrine helps us to see the goodness of God in Good Friday.
When It Comes to Sacrifice, God Doesn’t Play Fair
Humans have a penchant for sacrifice, but it’s the Lord who makes it possible.
Is Gospel Amnesia Creating a Third Great Schism?
Andrew Walker and Robin Parry seek wisdom from the Christian past to heal modern-day church divisions.
What We Mean When We Say 'Orthodox Christianity'
James K.A. Smith wants to focus on the creeds, not sexuality. But there's more to it than that.
Thistles and Thorns
As pastors, our labor suffers from Adam's curse, too.

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How Culture Shapes Sermons
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