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Lecciones de soltería que aprendí de los primeros cristianos
La historia del celibato cristiano es más complicada de lo que nos gustaría pensar.
O cosmo está mais povoado do que você pensa
Como uma oração antiga e um bebê recém-nascido mudaram minha perspectiva sobre os anjos.
Miracles Are Outlasting the Arguments Against Them
New Testament scholar Craig Keener investigates contemporary accounts of “signs and wonders,” while suggesting that many grounds for skepticism are behind the times.
Three Practical Ways to Engage in Online Peacemaking
How reflecting the servant attitude of Christ in our online engagement makes us effective ambassadors.
10 oraciones por el año 2022
2021 fue un año lleno de pruebas y dificultades para muchos. Aquí algunas ideas para orar por un mejor 2022.
No, la libertad religiosa no envía a las personas al infierno
Por qué los cristianos deberían apoyar la idea de que nuestro gobierno se mantenga al margen de los asuntos religiosos.
Francine Rivers Wants ‘Redeeming Love’ to Draw People to Christ
It’s the story of Hosea—but steamier.
During the Synagogue Standoff, We Showed Up to Help Our Neighbors. We Ended Up Praying Together.
Texas pastor Bob Roberts Jr. led prayer among interfaith clergy who were there to support the rabbi’s family and local authorities throughout the Colleyville hostage crisis.
Texas Pregnancy Centers See Clientele Shift After Abortion Ban
With the Heartbeat Act restricting abortions after six weeks, the women coming in for tests are earlier along, more confused, and more desperate.
What’s New in Evangelical Views on Abortion? The Age Gap
Between 2016 and 2020, younger white evangelicals started to shift away from pro-life positions while older ones solidified their stances.
Four Keys for Church Leaders Surviving the Tension of Unprecedented Times
We’re living in both the here, and the not yet. And it is exhausting.
What Liz Cheney Can Teach American Evangelicals
Christians should preserve their integrity instead of conserving their influence.
‘They’ Is Not a Pronoun for God
God doesn't have a gender, but his pronouns do.
How to Church Shop Like the First Christians
In an age of virtual worship services, some things should stay the same.
Here’s Who Stopped Going to Church During the Pandemic
Recent research paints a grim picture for local congregations. But it also highlights opportunities.

Top Story January 24, 2022

If a Social Issue Matters to God, the Church Should Be Praying About It
If a Social Issue Matters to God, the Church Should Be Praying About It
Too often, our practices of intercession are thin to nonexistent. The Reformed tradition shows us how to revive them.

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