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Let the Foster and Adopted Children Come to Me
Families of vulnerable children often feel unwelcome in their own churches. Here are five ways to change that.
One Body, Many Parts: The Crucial Role of the ‘Faith-Based FEMA’ After FlorenceSubscriber Access Only
Working alongside government agencies, Christian volunteers aid hurricane victims based on what each denomination does best.
One-on-One with Daniel Darling on ‘The Dignity Revolution’
What does it look like to reclaim God's rich vision of humanity in a world that is increasingly asking what it means to be human?
Here’s Who Willow Creek Chose to Investigate Bill Hybels
Independent advisory group of four evangelical leaders—two women and two men—hope to complete work by early 2019.
The #MeToo Movement Has Educated Pastors. And Left Them with More Questions.
More pastors say they are addressing these issues from the pulpit. Still, half say they lack training in how to address sexual and domestic violence.
America’s Age of Skepticism: How Christians Should Respond
As Christians, how we choose to engage skepticism matters; we’re called to do so with thoughtfulness and conviction.
How Mothers (and Others) Minister in Disrupted Spaces
Christ's kingdom work involved detours. Can we follow his model?
9 Principles For Creating An Annual Budget In A Small Church
With the possibilities for small church budgeting being so flexible, are there guidelines that are universal? I believe so. Here are nine of them.
Can You Hear Me Now?
In an age when most are rushing to have their say, Christians can love by giving others a hearing.
The Myth of Missionary Neutrality
Everything we do either propels God’s mission forward or hinders the embodiment of his kingdom on earth as it is in heaven.
How Poetry Quiets the ‘Pandemonium of Blab’
Poet Christian Wiman helps us tune our ears to silence, so God's voice won't be lost in the noise.
China on My Mind: Why We All Must Care about Our Suffering Brothers and Sisters
Their suffering does not go unnoticed by God, and so it should never go unnoticed by us.
If You Really Want to Help after Hurricane Florence, Set Out to Be Humble—Not a Hero
Leave the cape at home before leaping into action because it’s humble hearts and hands that are needed to save the day.
More Than Material Minds
As a Christian and a neuroscientist, I keep learning that to be human is to have a soul.
One-on-One with Tom Lin on InterVarsity’s 2030 Calling
"Longing for revival, we catalyze movements that call every corner of every campus to follow Jesus."
Myers-Briggs and Other Mirrors for the Soul
A new history of the ubiquitous personality test sheds light on what it can and can’t deliver.
Evangelism Is a Work of Social Justice
How critics can help us keep such social ministries vibrant.
The Bunker Is My Refuge and Strength
What living next to a doomsday prepper taught me about loving my neighbor.
The Dark Night of the Dark Knight's Soul
The hype declared Batman an atheist. There’s more to it than that.
How to Evangelize Your LGBT Neighbors
When Christians live communally, outsiders find intimacy within the family of God.
Have Mercy as God Has Mercy
Have Mercy as God Has Mercy
Mercy is what holiness looks like in the lives of God's children.
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