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Women: Don’t Bury Your Leadership Gifts
That persistent sense of calling isn’t a fatal feminine flaw, but an invitation to walk intimately with God.
F.A.M.I.L.Y Worship during COVID-19
We all want to lead our children well during this unprecedented time.
The Case for Sheltering in Place Without Screens
Our lives have gotten smaller. We can also make them simpler.
I Was Warned to Keep My Distance from ‘Infidels.’ Then One Prayed for My Family.
How a son of the Arabian Gulf met the Son of God in a strange new place.
Youth Ministry Needs Less Fun and More JoySubscriber Access Only
The collapse of an older, activities-driven model has created room for a gospel-centered alternative.
When your Church Can’t Meet, Gather your Family for Worship: How to Have a Family Worship Experience at Home
Whether you are a parent, a grandparent, aunt or uncle, or friendly neighbor, you can still gather together for a worship experience.
One-on-One with Joel Dillon on ‘Jill’s House: The Gift of Rest’
The Body of Christ isn’t complete without people with disabilities and their families, but in our experience, the vast majority of them are cut off from the Body of Christ.
Five Family-Friendly Resources for Lent
What does it mean to teach our children about lament, fasting, and mortality? These books, apps, and flashcards can help.
Religious Parents Are Remarkably Similar, Even When They Belong to Different ReligionsSubscriber Access Only
In over 200 interviews, sociologist Christian Smith and his colleagues discovered a striking degree of consensus on the fundamentals of bringing children to faith.
Are Nationalism and Populism the Cure for What Ails the West?
The “strong gods” of old are knocking at the door. We ought to be wary of letting them inside.
My Name Was on a Federal Most-Wanted List. Now It’s Written in the Book of Life.
When the authorities caught up with my financial shenanigans, I went on the run. But Christ caught up with me.
What Bethany’s International Adoption Halt Means for Orphans Around the World
There’s a larger culture change around how to best care for vulnerable children.
Kobe Bryant: Reflections on Fatherhood, Passion, and Immortality
Three things about Kobe’s life and legacy ring true, and are informative—especially for believers. 
Americans Are Having Fewer Kids. Evangelicals Are No Exception.Subscriber Access Only
Declining fertility rates and environmental crisis challenge our understandings of family, stewardship, and being a good neighbor.
Five Books for Frederick Buechner Beginners
Chosen by Jeffrey Munroe, author of “Reading Buechner: Exploring the Work of a Master Memoirist, Novelist, Theologian, and Preacher” (InterVarsity Press).
I Was a Theological Drifter, Then a Reform Jew, Then an Orthodox Jew, Then...
How I finally crossed the road to Christ.
Pastoring with a Big, Fake Smile
I often hide my struggles from my church because I fear people will use them against me.
My Journey from Castro to Christ
After fleeing Cuba, my family was barely surviving. Then a California church gave us a new lease on life.
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
James K. A. Smith accompanies the church father on a journey through the human heart.
One-on-One with Joel Dillon on Serving Families Raising Children with Disabilities
“Families raising children with intellectual disabilities are an unreached people group.”

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Not Even the Gates of a Hellish Pandemic Will Prevail Over God’s Church
Not Even the Gates of a Hellish Pandemic Will Prevail Over God’s Church
Scripture doesn’t promise wealth or health or even life. What, then, does it promise?

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