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Anatomy of a Giver Part 2
American Christians are the nation's most generous givers, but we aren't exactly sacrificing.
The Church—Why Bother?
There is no healthy relationship with Jesus without a relationship to the church.
Great Sex: Reclaiming a Christian Sexual Ethic
Imperfect Instrument
World Vision's founder led a tragic and inspiring life.
Os Guinness: Welcome to the 'Grand Age of Apologetics'Subscriber Access Only
With the era of 'Christian consensus' coming to a close, we have a fresh opportunity to make the gospel appealing.
A Heaven-made Activist
Joni Eareckson Tada is driven forward by hymns of praise and her sovereign God.
The First Black Liberation Movement
The untold story of the freed slaves who brought Christ—and liberty—to West Africa. An interview with Lamin Sanneh.
It's Okay to Expect a Miracle
Scholar Craig Keener rediscovers the reality of divine intervention.
Seated Next to YouSubscriber Access Only
The best learning possibilities at Cape Town 2010
New ReformationSubscriber Access Only
Chris Wright makes a serious call to global evangelicalism
We Are Not Enough in Awe of GodSubscriber Access Only
Why Eric Metaxas encourages a greater openness to miracles in everyday life.
New Theologians
These top scholars are believers who want to speak to the church.
The Business of the Kingdom
Management guru Peter Drucker thinks the future of America is in the hands of churches.
Stamp of Glory (Part 2)Subscriber Access Only
The first chapter of Tim Stafford's new novel about the abolitionist movement.
Evangelism Plus
John Stott reflects on where we've been and where we're going.
Mere Mission
N.T. Wright talks about how to present the gospel in a postmodern world.
BOOKS: The Post-closet Era
How should Christians respond to homosexuals' public presence?
Let's Talk Sex
What Christian books on the topic are, and are not, communicating.
Stamp of GlorySubscriber Access Only
The first chapter of Tim Stafford's new novel about the abolitionist movement.
Stamp of Glory (Part 3)Subscriber Access Only
The first chapter of Tim Stafford's new novel about the abolitionist movement.

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Bloom Where You’re Quarantined
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