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Rest WorksSubscriber Access Only
For Matthew Sleeth, Sabbath-keeping furthers both our happiness and holiness.
Forgiving the Sins of My FatherSubscriber Access Only
How he taught me the deeper meaning of mercy.
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People of the NookSubscriber Access Only
What Bible smartphone apps tell us about the Book.
Throwing Christ Over the CliffSubscriber Access Only
How the church can help the faithful stay faithful.
My Top 5 Books for Reading in the WildernessSubscriber Access Only
Leslie Leyland Fields chooses five books best read away from the comforts and conveniences of modern life.
Fitness Trackers, Dating Apps, and Other Ladders to NowhereSubscriber Access Only
Why secular substitutes for religion will always leave us exhausted and unhappy.
Intercultural Fiesta FailSubscriber Access Only
'We are all alike!' doesn't fly in a fly-infested hut in El Salvador.
A Pro-Life Plea This Election Season Subscriber Access Only
The importance of remembering real women.
Tilling among the Tulips: Christians Sow Hope at a West Michigan Farm
Eighth Day Farm's founders believe local food will restore the land and bless its inhabitants.
The Grim Realities of Factory FarmsSubscriber Access Only
'Bringing Up Bébé' : Critiquing the Newest Parenting 'It' BookSubscriber Access Only
Pamela Druckerman admires the French's hands-off parenting style. What's right—and wrong—about it.
The Fitness-Driven ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Across the country, congregations are whipping members into shape with highly marketed, faith-based health programs. What's right—and troubling—about the trend.
Adam and Eve Can't Save Your MarriageSubscriber Access Only
What Bruce Feiler's reading of 'the first love story' leaves out.
The Myth of the Perfect ParentSubscriber Access Only
Why the best parenting techniques don't produce Christian children.
Why Are Our Communion Meals So Paltry?Subscriber Access Only
If we have such an extravagant Savior, we should attempt to create a fuller meal.
A Wordless PresenceSubscriber Access Only
Where spit, blood, and sweat are to be found, so is God.
Slow and Steady Builds the ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Slick programs and efficient business models are no substitute for the patient work of discipleship. A review of John Pattison and C. Christopher Smith's 'Slow Church.'
When Mother’s Day Feels Like a MinefieldSubscriber Access Only
Let's reimagine ways we can honor mothers without wounding others.
God Has a Confusing Plan for Your LifeSubscriber Access Only
The believer's call is never to certainty, but to faith.
The Gospel Is More Than a Story: Rethinking Narrative and TestimonySubscriber Access Only
Story is all the rage. Everyone wants to tell their personal narrative or to give the Bible a simpler and more relevant plot. Maybe it isn't such a good idea.
British Evangelicals Brace for Brexit
British Evangelicals Brace for Brexit
Politics remain divisive, but churches seek unity in prayer.
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