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Prisons Reopen to Ministry with Recent Visits from Lecrae and Justin Bieber
Prison Fellowship’s “Second Chance Month” corresponds with easing of pandemic restrictions at many facilities.
The Derek Chauvin Verdict Is Good. But I’m Still Groaning.
Full justice will come when Jesus returns. In the meantime, we fight for a “foretaste of glory divine.”
What About Summer Camp 2021?
After an incredibly tough year for everyone, especially children, summer camps can offer a welcome respite.
Pastors, Seek Divine Presence Over Performance
How the work of ministry relies on our participation in Christ.
I Laid Down My Islamic Privilege to Preach Jesus Around the World
How a direct descendant of Muhammad met Christ on a crowded Pakistani sidewalk.
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Reacting to the Derek Chauvin Conviction
What should we make of the jury's decision?
Examples of Racial Reconciliation Efforts, part 1
A compilation of racial reconciliation resources and efforts as the United States continues to grapple with racial injustice and tension.
Religious Discrimination Complaints Hit 10-Year Low
Workplace accommodation issues persist for Apostolic Pentecostals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Muslims, and others.
Diversity Advocates at Evangelical Colleges: ‘In Some Ways, You’re Seen as a Heretic’
Racial transformation is hard even when Christian schools are committed to change.
Michael Lindsay: Our Lives Are Full of ‘Hinge Moments.’ Here’s How We Can Pray and Prepare.
The incoming Taylor University president outlines a faith-filled, Spirit-guided approach to life’s biggest transitions.
Let the Little Children Come to ‘Big Church’
One lesson from COVID-19: Don’t underestimate the model set by worshiping alongside your kids.
Reading God’s Word like a Poem, Not an Instruction Manual
The Bible teaches us, says Matthew Mullins, but its method of teaching always entails more than information and guidance.
‘Be Clean’: Jesus and the World of Ritual Impurity
These biblical commands rightly remind us about the significance of our bodies.
The Unearthed Conscience of Black Fundamentalism
A hard racial line divided conservative white and Black Protestants 100 years ago. It didn’t have to be that way.
Gleanings: May 2021
How Seven Soldiers Carried One Bible into 11 Combat Tours
A gift from the Gideons was a good luck charm—and then something more.
Christians Can Learn from Muslims. But There Are Lines We Shouldn’t Cross.
One writer’s attempt to relate Islam to her faith yields some solid lessons along with some stumbles.
Christians Should Be in the News Cycle, but Not of It
How believers can stay up on the day’s events without becoming prisoners of the moment.
NYC Pastors Take to the Streets to Combat NYC Gun Violence
Responding with their feet, ministers bring ‘the simplest form of the gospel’ to tense situations.

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I Laid Down My Islamic Privilege to Preach Jesus Around the World
I Laid Down My Islamic Privilege to Preach Jesus Around the World
How a direct descendant of Muhammad met Christ on a crowded Pakistani sidewalk.

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