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From DC to Mecca, Should ‘Human Dignity’ Be the New ‘Religious Freedom’?
Shift in human rights language could allow for greater acceptance in the Muslim world.
What the Ordination Debate Misses: Laywomen in Ministry
Complementarians and egalitarians share common ground in lay leadership.
You Don't Accidentally Evangelize: If You Don’t Prioritize It, It Won’t Happen
We need to bring intentionality to our gospel witness today.
6 Keys to Reproducing Normal-Size Churches
All churches can, and should, reproduce.
When The Small Church Pastor's Biggest Critic Is In Our Mirror
Small church pastors can’t get mad at others for looking down on us when we keep looking down on ourselves.
Great Churches Don’t Give People (Including Pastors) What They Want
Great churches don’t promise more of what we already have, they show us an entirely new way to be.
Canadian Anglicans to Continue Same-Sex Ceremonies, Even After Failed Vote
The church’s bishops are “are not of one mind” on the definition of marriage.
On Court Prophets and Wilderness Prophets
Christian responses to the president.
One-on-One with J.D. Greear on the Gospel ‘Above All’ Else
“What the church needs now is what the church has always needed: a return to the gospel.”
Michael W. Smith, Kevin Jonas Launch Liberty University Music Label
Liberty Music Group is the latest venture to help students “take worship to the nations.”
Died: Jesse Miranda, Hispanic Evangelicals’ Bridge-Builder
The ministry founder, educator, and Assemblies of God leader elevated the voices of his community and paved the way for future leaders.
What It’s Like When Your Wife Is ‘Christian Famous’
Hearing from the husbands of some of our favorite authors, teachers, and ministry leaders.
One-on-One with Eric Geiger on Building Leaders and Change Leadership
“Without a shared conviction, you will have systemic chaos.”
9 Questions To Ask Before Rebooting Or Revitalizing A Church
Rebooting or revitalizing an existing church is a huge undertaking. But when it’s done well, it’s extremely rewarding.
10 Persecuted Christians Chosen by the State Department to Share Their Stories with the World
At this week's second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, 23 survivors from 15 countries from all faiths were given a global platform in Washington DC.
Pompeo: Why We’re Hosting the World’s Biggest Event on Religious Persecution
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo explains to CT why the State Department invited 100 nations and 1,000 participants to its second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom.
And Now, the Star of the Show....
How we inadvertently create a cult of personality around our preachers.
New England Cities Named Most ‘Post-Christian’
Barna’s rankings spur pastors in secularizing spots—in the Northeast and across the country—to continue working and praying for revival.
Should You Pass Your Church to Your Son (or Daughter)?
The pros and cons of pastorates staying in the family.
One-on-One with Gary Nelson on the Decline of Christendom
“The church needs to re-introduce itself as a place, as a possibility, and as a neighborhood impact, as opposed to a place people ‘attend’ or ‘go’.”
Top Story July 22, 2019
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.
James Edwards’s biography recovers the memory of German theologian Ernst Lohmeyer.
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