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One-on-One with Will Mancini on being ‘Younique’
The most important breakthrough in the intangible areas of our lives— understanding God’s dream for you, life calling, or goal setting, etc.—all require margin. Where there is no margin, there is no imagination.
That They May Be One: Unity for the Sake of the World, Part 2
Could we travel beyond our comfortable theological tribes and villages in order to befriend, encourage, support, and love other pastors and priests in our own community?
That They May Be One: Unity for the Sake of the World, Part 1
Could we pastors, priests, and ministry professionals begin to finally “get over” the idea of separation and competition?
My New Year’s Resolution: To Call Myself Christian in Public
After years of “playing it cool” with my unbelieving friends, I can tell you: It only gets weirder to talk about faith the longer you wait.
An Advent Image Is Worth a Thousand Words
This season, we’re invited to see symbols of the Nativity not as quaint supplements to doctrinal truth but as robust invitations to faith.
Disciplemaking: How Do Evangelism and Discipleship Go Together?
If we are going to use the term discipleship to talk about helping believers mature, our focus has to be more mission driven and evangelistically focused.
The Pastor’s Study Is Not a Bunker
Gregory the Great taught me not to retreat to the prayer room unless I have engaged the battles of the day.
Nobodies Were the First to Know
When God announced the birth of Christ to sweaty, uncouth shepherds, he signaled something important about the kind of Messiah he was sending.
Alister McGrath: Both Science and Stories Declare God’s Glory
The Oxford scholar reflects on the interface between faith and science and how narratives draw us toward belief.
What’s Next for the Multisite Church?
In a short time, one church in multiple locations has become a new normal. A pioneer of the model predicts where it’s headed.
The First Christian
Mary’s preeminent example as a Christ follower neither began nor ended at Christmas.
All God’s Laws Are Equal. Are Some More Equal Than Others?Subscriber Access Only
Why Jesus doesn’t give a straightforward answer to questions about the greatest commandment.
Theologians: Don’t Lose Sight of Theology’s Most Basic TaskSubscriber Access Only
Students and teachers alike need to remember the difference between knowing theology and knowing God.
In the French Riviera, Both Arab Immigrants and Their Secular Neighbors Need Jesus
A missionary couple shares the fragrance of Christ in the perfume capital of the world.
My Advice to Struggling Artists: Seek First God’s Kingdom
The key to creativity is worship and prayer.
My ‘Mom Rage’ Is Understandable. But It’s Not Excusable.
In my fury, I’m invited to repent and be restored at the foot of the cross.
The Opportunity of a Lifetime: Reflections on Link Between Prison and Diaspora Ministries
God is raising up a new supply of workers for the harvest in the most unexpected places.
Why Are Some Churches Trading Pews for Dinner Tables?
A conversation with Dinner Church pioneer, Verlon Fosner.
10 Questions More Important Than “What Was Your Sunday Attendance?”
Never let the excitement of higher attendance or the discouragement of lower attendance divert you from your church’s primary goal.
The Early Church Thrived Amid Secularism and Shows How We Can, Too
The pre-Christendom church managed to avoid both isolationism and accommodationism. Their model gives us a map for post-Christendom challenges.
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