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The Anniversary of Ferguson: Challenges and Opportunities for Pastors
How can church leaders encourage reconciliation in the face of racial discord?
Slow Down, You Hashtag Too Fast
We don’t have to speak out on every issue.
Pastors: Don't Gloat Over Ashley Madison
The adulterer you condemn may be in your pews.
Introducing Quick to Listen, a New Podcast from Christianity Today
Our contribution toward making the Internet a less noisy place.
The Value of Friends Who Don’t Look, Think, or Vote Like You Do
When you limit your social circles, you limit your opportunities to grow.
In This Issue: Our Sustaining Force
How the gospel truth lightens our load.
Gods of Power and Might: What Civilization V Gets Right (and Wrong) About Christianity
When games include religion, it's as one more tool for winning. That might soon change.
Max Lucado: Dangerous Voices
Don't be quick to believe what others say about you—whether it's bad or especially if it's good.
The Local Church Isn't Going Anywhere
Here's to stale coffee, hymn sings, and the next two thousand years.
Creating for Good
Our hope isn't simply to solve a perceived problem, but to address deeper causes.
Jimmy Carter: Pursuing an Arc of Reconciliation
The former president has a new hope for racial justice—starting with the church.
The Year of Living Hopelessly
2016 tempted us toward nihilism. We don’t have to go there.
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Readers' Forum: Truth at Risk
Six leading openness theologians say that many assumptions made about their views are simply wrong
Coming to CT: The Local Church
You're passionate about leadership, and so are we.
The New Baptist Covenant: Will It Work?
Jimmy Carter's attempt to unite Baptists may be a bridge too far for some.
The Local Church Is More Awkward Than Your Facebook Wall
Embrace it anyway.
A Journey Through the Strange, Scary, and Awe-Awakening World of Video Games
What can this medium—even its most violent expressions—teach us about our deepest aches and longings?
Does Your Church’s Worship Need a Multicultural Makeover?
Why local congregations should embrace the music and prayers of other church traditions.
Why Max Lucado Broke His Political Silence for Trump
In the face of a candidate’s antics, ‘America’s Pastor’ speaks out.
Being Salt and Light in the Middle of a Twitter Mob
Social media can be a dark and divisive place. That doesn’t mean we should simply withdraw.

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What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
What Pastors See as the ‘New Normal’ for Preaching After the Pandemic
COVID-19’s ministry disruptions are generating lasting insights.

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