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Yuval Levin on What Christians Can Learn from Religious Minorities
The political analyst talks being Jewish in America, working toward institutional change, and valuing the common good.
Laisse aller (et venir) mon peuple : les chrétiens d’Artsakh face à l’Azerbaïdjan
Alors que le blocus entraîne une nouvelle crise humanitaire, les Arméniens du Haut-Karabakh continuent à appeler à l'aide.
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Why Chinese Immigrant Pastors Avoid Preaching on the News
On Sunday mornings, congregations tend to focus on Scripture over current events, even after last month’s Lunar New Year shooting.
Turkish and Syrian Christians Rally Earthquake Relief
With one pastor dead, another saved, and churches of all denominations destroyed, local believers race to the frontlines of emergency response.
Coral Reefs, Creation Care, and the Hope of Resurrection
When I consider science and scripture, I unexpectedly find renewed hope in corals' recovery and restoration.
A Mighty Controversy Is This Lutheran Catechism
The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod resumes distribution of new annotated volume after detractors push back on essays.
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Sinners and Saints and Sacks of Meat with Mike Cosper
Our complex stories invite us into confessional living with one another and with God.
A Europa está vivendo um momento pós-cristão ou pré-avivamento?
Como missionária neste “continente pródigo”, compartilho sobre como vejo a plantação de igrejas, o movimento de oração e as igrejas da diáspora fazendo a diferença.
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Tempo com Deus: quem tem mais probabilidade de fazer devocionais diários
Pesquisa revela que ao menos dois terços dos fiéis reservam um tempo devocional todos os dias, mas as práticas variam.
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The Ever-Present Memento Mori
How to remember that we must die on Ash Wednesday.
Dying to the Indispensable Self
Perhaps we need to hear Jesus’ words as a command to deny our default ways of valuing and measuring the self.
The Sobriety of Forever
During Easter, considering your death will lead you to bright horizons.
Alive Upon Arrival
Jesus, when he rose from the grave, was mistaken for a gardener. It is my favorite story.
My Last Supper with the Family of God
In response to our weakness, Christ serves us his final meal.
Exiles All the Way Home
We all yearn for the miraculous movement from wilderness to safety, and exile to belonging.
World Weary in the Garden of Gethsemane
We must put to death the idea that we were ever the ones in control.
People Perish for Lack of Religion
Deaths of despair are on the rise in our country. What is the role of the church?
A History of Soul Care
In her book “Soul Care in African American Practice,” Barbara Peacock spotlights inspiring examples of spiritual formation in Black history. Join CT and Seminary Now on February 23 for an online conversation with the author.
Against the Lenten Frenzy
Few questions haunt pastors as much as: “What makes a worship gathering successful?”
Descending the Summit of Success
How often do we make regular choices that uplift a worldly narrative of success?

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Turkish and Syrian Christians Rally Earthquake Relief
Turkish and Syrian Christians Rally Earthquake Relief
With one pastor dead, another saved, and churches of all denominations destroyed, local believers race to the frontlines of emergency response.

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