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Unleashing the Gift of Evangelism in 2020
What is central to Jesus’ mission for us has become secondary to many Christians.
Even for Christians, Trump Has Become a Dating Deal-Breaker
More American couples set out to be “equally yoked” on political matters too.
Revitalization, Part Three
Leadership in Church Revitalization
My Husband Is Deconstructing His Faith. How Do I Journey with Him?
This Valentine’s Day, some of us are called to love unbelieving wives and husbands.
Complicating Church and State and Law
The church's relationship to the state shows a complicated history for law itself.
Why Steve Timmis Was Accused of ‘Spiritual Abuse’
What makes bullying and manipulation in church contexts unique.
Revitalization, Part Two
When Renewal Isn’t Enough
Willow Creek and Harvest Struggle to Move On
The departures of Bill Hybels and James MacDonald leave churches waiting for new leadership and hoping to rebuild trust.
Church Revitalization, Part One
Renewal Movements and Church Revitalization
The Gospel -- The One Paul Knew
Is our gospel the gospel the apostles preached?
Celibate Priests: What You Need to Know
After the Amazonian Synod, the Catholic stance on clerical celibacy remains unchanged. Here's how CT has covered this issue over the years.
Christian College Grads Care More About Helping, Less About Money
Study suggests religious schools should emphasize distinctives.
Google, Tyson, and Target Rank as Top Corporations for Religious Inclusion
List highlights the minority of Fortune 100 companies that include faith in diversity initiatives.
Billie Eilish Can Help Us Understand Teenage Anxiety
The Grammy-award winning teen’s dark music can help us have necessary conversations with our children.
There is a Balm in Gilead: A Missional Strategy for Churches in the 21st Century
What is the church to do in such a tumultuous climate of rapid change?
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.
Kingdom Conspiracy: David Moore Interviews
Kingdom is one of the most misused terms of our day.
Middle Management Matters
Yes, character is consequential. That's why I'll vote for Trump again.
Breaking Out of the White Evangelical Echo Chamber
Putting faithful witness ahead of political expediency starts with changing surroundings, words, and friendships.
The Table: On King and Country
A conversation on evangelical Christians’ political obligations.

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My Husband Is Deconstructing His Faith. How Do I Journey with Him?
My Husband Is Deconstructing His Faith. How Do I Journey with Him?
This Valentine’s Day, some of us are called to love unbelieving wives and husbands.

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