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In the French Riviera, Both Arab Immigrants and Their Secular Neighbors Need Jesus
A missionary couple shares the fragrance of Christ in the perfume capital of the world.
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.
What Missionaries Can Teach Us in Post-Christian America
Three things American Christians can glean from our brothers and sisters on international missions.
New England Cities Named Most ‘Post-Christian’
Barna’s rankings spur pastors in secularizing spots—in the Northeast and across the country—to continue working and praying for revival.
By the Power Vested in Me by God Or the Internet: The Fight Over Online Ordinations
With lay officiants on the rise, Tennessee’s ban spurs religious freedom challenge.
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France Loves Notre Dame. Do They Still Believe the Faith That Inspired It?
The plethora of challenges confronting the faithful after a long and bitter divorce between church and state.
Fitness Trackers, Dating Apps, and Other Ladders to Nowhere
Why secular substitutes for religion will always leave us exhausted and unhappy.
The Most Effective Response to Poverty? Worshipping the True GodSubscriber Access Only
Even more than better systems and better policies, we need better theology.
Is Religious Decline Inevitable in the United States?
Current statistics about the secularization of American may come as a surprise.
How Secularity Will Advance the Gospel of the Kingdom
Religious pluralism has provided space for the Gospel to be heard.
The Culture Wars Are Ancient HistorySubscriber Access Only
Today’s fights over the religion in the public square are replays of fights from two thousand years ago.
Reading The Jesus Storybook Bible in IcelandSubscriber Access Only
In the world’s most bookish country, evangelicals are taking up the ministry of translation.
3 Reasons Upcoming Cultural Changes Will Hit The Bible Belt Especially Hard – And What To Do About It
If you've never lived outside a predominantly Christian culture, the next few decades will continue to rock your world. But there is hope.
Europe’s Big Mission Field: NominalsSubscriber Access Only
How do you persuade someone who already thinks they’re a Christian to become one?
God’s Global Mission in an Era of the Autonomous Self
How do we approach mission work in a context of hyper-individuality and globalization?
How to Witness to a Distracted World
Effective Christian evangelism and discipleship requires us to be disruptive.
Can Preachers Make an Impact in a Post-Christian World?
Herman Bavinck’s advice to 19th century pastors still holds true today.
How Charles Taylor Helps Us Understand Our Secular Age
Why the work of Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor is influencing so many Christian thinkers.
What Young Adults in 100 Countries Think of Religion
Despite age gaps, Pew Research uncovers a few places where the next generation is actually more devout than their parents and grandparents.
Western Europe’s Christians Are As Religious As America’s ‘Nones’
However, Pew researchers find Christianity across 15 countries is “not just a ‘nominal’ identity devoid of practical importance.”
Your Church Needs Boomers
Your Church Needs Boomers
How a hyper-focus on “attracting the young” can sideline the aging faithful.
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