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Fostering Anti-Fragile Faith (Part 2)Subscriber Access Only
Are we open-minded when facing challenges and complexity?
Fostering Anti-Fragile Faith (Part 3)Subscriber Access Only
Do we know what’s really important in discipleship?
God Is Like a Movie DirectorSubscriber Access Only
Though unseen and unheard, he orchestrates the details of our lives—even when they are falling apart.
The Missionary Who Wouldn't RetireSubscriber Access Only
Lesslie Newbigin, born 100 years ago today, launched a new career at age 66 by calling Western churches to act like they were in the mission field.
For Jesus Army, Must the Wages of Abuse Be Death?
Closure of UK-based charismatic church network raises question of whether ministries can recover after abuse is uncovered.
Bishop's Move: Rowan Williams's Latest FirestormSubscriber Access Only
A leading British evangelical comments on the Archbishop of Canterbury's turn as guest editor of 'New Statesman.'
The Christian Case Against the Orphanage
Children need a stable family, not institutional care.
God Turns Up In All the Wrong Places at Christmas
It’s easy to miss how strange God’s ‘perfect timing’ is in the nativity story.
Reclaiming Evangelism: Why Christians Need to Recover Their Passion for Christ
U.K. ministry leader explores evangelism's embarrassment, exclusivity, and entrepreneurial nature
Fostering Anti-Fragile Faith (Part 1)Subscriber Access Only
What does it take to nurture faith that’s made stronger by struggle?
The Incredible Hospitality of Good Friday
Jesus’ death demonstrates God’s love for outsiders, enemies, and strangers.
Preaching Paradox and the Paradox of PreachingSubscriber Access Only
Dangling questions can be more powerful than trite answers.
Does the Church’s First Spiritual Abuse Verdict Give Critics a New Weapon?
We emulate Jesus when we expose abuse. But dividing it into special categories may do more harm than good.
Church Is a Family, Not an EventSubscriber Access Only
The Bible refers to fellow Christians as "brothers and sisters," but how often do we treat them as family?
Yes, 100 Christian Kids Are Being Raised by Muslim Families. Here’s the Actual Problem.
The real threat to foster children in the UK (and the US) lies within our own hearts.
How the Prophet Habakkuk Built an Anti-Fragile FaithSubscriber Access Only
Lessons on worshiping a consistently unpredictable God.
Let the Foster and Adopted Children Come to Me
Families of vulnerable children often feel unwelcome in their own churches. Here are five ways to change that.
An Explosion of JoySubscriber Access Only
What it means to be the apostolic church.
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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