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Want to Expand Your Global Vision? Read These Books.
8 reading recommendations for a ministry-focused life.
The New ‘Harriet’ Biopic Is Faithful to Tubman’s Faith
Biographer Kate Clifford Larson talks about the famous female abolitionist and the cinematic portrayal of her life.
Latasha Morrison: Racial Reconciliation Starts at the Cross
The Be the Bridge founder’s new book gives readers a theologically rich approach to crossing racial divides.
The Gospels Are Fact Not Folklore
Why the first four books of the New Testament should be read as serious historical sources.
20 Truths on ‘Jesus Skeptic’ by John Dickerson
“Jesus bears studying, for his movement has been...among the most powerful movements for social good in all of human history.”
The Puritans Had Two Shots at Building a Godly Society
In both England and America, their political experiments collapsed. But they left behind a spiritual legacy that still inspires.
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.
The Most Diverse Movement in History
Christianity has been a multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic movement since its inception.
One-on-One with Jeffrey Barbeau on Methodism
“In many parts of the world, the teaching and preaching of Methodists set the stage for the astronomical growth of Pentecostalism.”
History Is Important in Times of Despair
God has already revealed himself in Christ, and Christ promises to be with us.
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to ThankSubscriber Access Only
Kathryn Kuhlman’s story offers a case study of the indisputable achievements of strong evangelical women and the equally indisputable roadblocks they often face.
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and RepublicanSubscriber Access Only
The movement is richer and more diverse than media portrayals suggest.
The Linkage Between Church Planting and Developing New Christians
Since the time of the Epistles, church planting has been a natural outflow of the Great Commission.
Have Archaeologists Found the Lost City of the Apostles?
Recent discoveries have placed the biblical city of Bethsaida closer to shore where Peter and Andrew left their nets to follow Christ.
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.
Why Christians Have a Knack for Boundary-Crossing FriendshipsSubscriber Access Only
Throughout history, believers have taken risks of love for the sake of the kingdom.
Celebrating The Essential Role Of The Historically Small Church
Let’s help today’s small churches be as great as yesterday’s small churches.
World Vision Helped Evangelicals Become Social Activists—Within Limits
A new history tracks the uneasy alliance between the organization and its core supporters.
Drilling for Oil, Contending for Truth
A historian shows how the pursuit of God and “black gold” went hand in hand—and how it changed the shape of American Christianity.
The ‘First-Century Mark’ Saga from Inside the Room
My reflections after eight years of silence.
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
James K. A. Smith accompanies the church father on a journey through the human heart.
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