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Coronavirus Is Shaping the Future of the Church
Disruption creates the environment where lasting transformation takes place.
When Not Helping Hurts
We’ve long preached sustainable development over handouts. The pandemic forces us to change our approach—for now.
5 Ways to Step into the Marathon of COVID-19 Response and Recovery
The responses of M.A. in Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership students offer a template for how we can all serve in this moment.
The Uncertain Ministry of an Adult Child of an Alcoholic
Recognizing the effects of my childhood has led me to a healthier mindset as a pastor.
Jesus’ Re-Shaping of a Post-Pandemic Church
So, now what?
¿‘Libre en Cristo’ para desafiar los cierres de Estado? Las iglesias latinas nos brindan su perspectiva.
Nuestras iglesias son esenciales. Decidir si es prudente reunirnos es un tema distinto.
President Trump, Governors, and Churches: We Don't Need an Immediate Opening, But We Do Need Communication and Collaboration
We don't want to rush ahead of the governor, but there is a significant and growing angst among many church attenders and many church leaders.
Trump Declares Churches ‘Essential’ as CDC Releases Reopening Guidelines
More than 1,000 pastors in Minnesota and California plan to resume worship by Pentecost Sunday, despite state restrictions.
GOD TV Dispute Has Israel Talking About Messianic Jews
Christian broadcaster's expansion into Hebrew cable channel may be short-lived, but raises profile of followers of Yeshua.
Myanmar Christians Split Over Canadian Pastor Arrested for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions
With a disproportionate number of the majority-Buddhist nation's outbreaks linked to church gatherings, is it religious persecution to punish leaders of the minority faith?
The Black Death Left Many Terrified. Not Catherine of Siena.
After a pandemic killed millions, one woman still boldly shared God’s love.
‘Free in Christ’ to Defy State Closures? Latino Churches Offer Insight.
Our churches are essential, but whether it is critical to gather is another question.
Deathbed Apology: Norma McCorvey’s Pro-Life Friends Tell Another Story
What the ‘AKA Jane Roe’ documentary gets wrong.
Do Unto the Least of These? There’s a Wait List for That.
How one New York City food ministry is thriving, even behind masks.
Letting Grief Come to Church
Five ways to welcome what may feel unwelcome once doors reopen.
Wrestling with the Financial Fallout of COVID-19
How individuals can rise to the pandemic’s challenges.
How the Fall Affected Evangelism
Using the account of humanity’s fall in the garden, there are at least four reasons why God’s people don’t evangelize.
Bible Museum Must Send One More Artifact Back to Iraq
Auction house covered up false purchase history for Gilgamesh tablet, US Attorney alleges.
What’s Up with the Ascension?
Seated at the right hand of God, what’s Jesus doing up there?
Meet the ‘Gang Pastor’ Behind Cape Town’s Viral Coronavirus Cooperation
Australian banker turned South Africa missionary explains what making the international news and Trevor Noah means for ministry.

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Who Am I That I Should Lead?
Who Am I That I Should Lead?
Some people need warnings to avoid the spotlight. Others need encouragement to step up.

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