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Religion-Less Spirituality
Preaching Amid Pluralism
Elevating Christ in a culture that sees all religions as equal.
To Transform a City
How do you know if you're reaching a city?
King's Cross
The Story of the World in the Life of Jesus
Assessment Pack: A Welcoming Church
Make sure the people who visit want to return.
Worship
Help people worship God in spirit and truth.
Brimstone for the Broadminded
The universal religion of humankind is: We develop a good record and give it to God, and then he owes us. The gospel is: we owe God.
How to Find Your Rival Gods
Idolatry is not just a failure to obey God, it is a setting of the whole heart on something besides God.
Preaching That Unleashes the Bible’s Power
Why expository sermons should make up your church’s main diet.
Religion-less Spirituality
Reaching people who think church is the problem, not the answer.
Tim Keller and John Inazu: How Christians Can Bear Gospel Witness in an Anxious Age
Our confidence in the gospel spurs us to serve our communities, not to shrink back when they decide they no longer need us.
Worship Worthy of the Name
Worship Worthy of the Name
Worship is seeing what God is worth and giving him what he's worth.
How Do You Take Criticism?
Insights from an old letter.
When Do We Cross the Line into Plagiarism?
While there are gray areas, there are also black-and-white guidelines.
The Advent of Humility
Jesus is the reason to stop concentrating on ourselves.
Preaching Hell in a Tolerant Age
Clarity and compassion on Christianity's toughest doctrine.
Fresh Plants in the City
Tim Keller and Redeemer Presbyterian are making New York an urban church planting center.
A New Kind of Urban Christian
As the city goes, so goes the culture.

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March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
March for Life Plans Disrupted by DC Security Concerns
The annual event is asking participants to “stay home” for the first time since Roe v. Wade.

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