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ARTICLE: Is God’s Love Unconditional?Subscriber Access Only
The Cross shows us the true nature of love-and its breathtaking cost.
Why We Love the EarthSubscriber Access Only
"Our belief in a Creator, not crisis scenarios, drives our environmental concerns."
How God Works Through Ordinary ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
Ruth A. Tucker writes about how small churches are doing Christ's work.
A World Come Full CircleSubscriber Access Only
Parable of the BakerSubscriber Access Only
Renewal that LastsSubscriber Access Only
How God's church- -- once awakened -- can keep from dozing off again.
God's Housing CrisisSubscriber Access Only
Why should church buildings get so much of the financial, physical, and social attention that is rightly due to the needs of Christians and others? Asked by Kofo Olomu, Cotonou, Benin
Authentic Fellowship
How do we learn the deep 'one another' community of Scripture without being in close proximity?
Why We Love the EarthSubscriber Access Only
Our belief in a Creator, not crisis scenarios, drives our environmental concerns
Simple Process, Vibrant ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Simple Church calls churches to focus on making disciples.
John Wesley, a Man for Our TimesSubscriber Access Only
Rethinking Church in an Emergent SalonSubscriber Access Only
Rising from the Ashes asks about the impact of alternative worship on the mainline church.
Brazil: De Mello the MissionarySubscriber Access Only
Will Promise Keepers Keep Their Promises?Subscriber Access Only
The best way for the movement to retain its credibility is to deliver on its racial-reconciliation pledge.
The Fellowship of the Holy SpiritSubscriber Access Only
Brazil: The Coy ApproachSubscriber Access Only

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