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How Prison Ministry Inspired an All-Female Audio Bible
Working with at-risk and abused women led SBC teacher Ann White to fill an unexpected need.
Are You Close to God? Your Answer Affects How You Read ScriptureSubscriber Access Only
A new study suggests that both men and women who seek spiritual intimacy view the Bible more literally.
There’s More to Romans Than Personal SalvationSubscriber Access Only
How Western readers miss the meaning of Paul’s letter—and how an Eastern perspective can correct the imbalance.
What the Ordination Debate Misses: Laywomen in Ministry
Complementarians and egalitarians share common ground in lay leadership.
A New Recipe for Ending HungerSubscriber Access Only
We have a crisis too large for any one church, nonprofit, or government agency to handle on its own, says food policy expert Jeremy Everett.
Proving That God Exists Without Opening a BibleSubscriber Access Only
How human reason alone can lay a pathway from doubt to belief.
Why Character Is Making a Comeback
Character formation isn’t just an individual process, says Anne Snyder. It requires institutions.
How J. P. Moreland Presented His Anxious Mind to GodSubscriber Access Only
The apologist opens up about his battles with mental illness.
From Tiananmen’s Most-Wanted to Followers of JesusSubscriber Access Only
Thirty years after the deadly massacre, two dissidents reflect on hope for China.
Lessons on Christian Rhetoric from Five of its Greatest PractitionersSubscriber Access Only
If the enemies of truth employ the arts of persuasion, then lovers of truth have no choice but to employ them more effectively.
‘I Thought God Loved Only the Hutu’Subscriber Access Only
Tutsi widows and orphans felt betrayed by the church during the genocide. Survivor Denise Uwimana made it her mission to help them heal.
How Universalism, ‘the Opiate of the Theologians,’ Went Mainstream
Michael McClymond decries the rising popularity of an idea Christians have rejected for most of church history.
Across the Globe, Contemporary Worship Music Is Bringing Believers TogetherSubscriber Access Only
More and more, says scholar Monique Ingalls, it permeates nearly every sphere of evangelical life.
Prison Was My First Pulpit
Linda Barkman was incarcerated after the man she lived with murdered her toddler. But she turned hardship into ministry.
Women in Missions Leadership Walk a TightropeSubscriber Access Only
Researcher Mary Lederleitner explores the confusions and frustrations they face.
The Best Books Are Companions, Teachers, and Hope-Givers
A conversation on reading with an avid reader, “Book Girl” Sarah Clarkson.
How to Do Kids’ Discipleship in the Woods
Creation care does more than conservation. It cultivates faith formation, says A Rocha.
A Bible in One Hand, a Passport in the Other
What Christians gain from traveling the world.
Eugene Peterson Wanted to Know Your NameSubscriber Access Only
How, the late pastor asked, can you shepherd a flock you don't know?
Why Prayer Is Still Public Schools’ Best Hope
The founder of Teachers Who Pray calls public education “America’s biggest mission field.”
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America Needed Spies. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
America Needed Spies During World War II. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
They regretted some of what they were asked to do, but they thought defending democracy was worth it.
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