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Community ChasteSubscriber Access Only
It takes a church to lead people to sexual integrity.
The Trayvon Martin Case: A Moment for Evangelical ReflectionSubscriber Access Only
The tragedy underscores how far white churches have come on race relations—and how much farther we have to go.
Christian Dating Do-OverSubscriber Access Only
If a new website and college event are any indication, a better "Define the Relationship" talk is afoot among young evangelicals.
Why Divorce Devastates ChildrenSubscriber Access Only
Divorce pulls the rug out from under a child's sense of self, contends Andrew Root in 'The Children of Divorce.'
Will Neighbor Love Persist after Hurricane Sandy?Subscriber Access Only
It shouldn't take a natural disaster to get us to remember the people next door.
Steubenville: Whatever Happened to Human Dignity?Subscriber Access Only
A discussion of rape, responsibility, and redemption.
Desperate for Their MRS. DegreesSubscriber Access Only
Pressure to put a ring on it can distract from other pursuits and callings.
3 Temptations of Leadership: Abuse of Power
Often masked as something else, the sin of leaders can hide in plain sight
Shared Savior, Split TraditionsSubscriber Access Only
Why I try to be generous to Christians who see some important things differently.
Let the Pregnant Grads WalkSubscriber Access Only
How we treat pregnant teens reveals more about us than them.
Going to College with Abuelita
Schools are learning to think in terms of families, not only individual students.
What Not to Say to a Pregnant WomanSubscriber Access Only
It's as if pregnant women walk around wearing sandwich boards that read, "Touch me. Say whatever you want. No, really."
Virtual Flirting Comes to Christian CollegesSubscriber Access Only
Is, the newest fad in Internet dating, a fun diversion or an impediment to healthy community?
More Guns, More Shootings? Subscriber Access Only
As a Christian, I worry about an increasingly armed America.
The Spiritual Blessings of Seeking SolitudeSubscriber Access Only
An excerpt from 'A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness.'
Don’t Let Jean Vanier (or Other Heroes) Off the Hook
The rhetoric around fallen leaders often erodes our high call to holiness.
Getting to the Root of Female MasturbationSubscriber Access Only
And the surprising role the church can play in helping women curb addiction to it.
When Doubt Comes to ChurchSubscriber Access Only
How should we respond to intellectual challenges to Christianity from inside the flock?
Raising Christian Kids in a Sex-Filled CultureSubscriber Access Only
We can’t isolate our kids from sin, but we can teach them to recognize it and learn from it.
Why We Don't Just Need Community, We Need ChurchSubscriber Access Only
In our own sacred spaces and circles of friends, we can’t recreate the body of Christ.

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