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Chick-fil-A Stops Giving to Salvation Army, FCA Amid LGBT Protests
Some evangelical supporters consider the shift away from Christian charities a betrayal.
Four Marks of a Kingdom-centric Church
A church existing for the Kingdom of God will always be reminiscent of a heroic, rescue mission for one very loved and lost lamb. 
Praying for Hong Kong Can Be Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Why Chinese diaspora churches remain silent while Christians in Hong Kong take to the streets.
What Research Tells Us About the ‘Seal’ of Believer’s Baptism
A new study suggests that the rite doesn’t bind young Christians to a certain level of faith commitment, but to a faith community.
One-on-One with Stephen Witmer on ‘A Big Gospel in Small Places’
My conversation with Stephen Witmer in the importance of serving in small town places.
Where Can a Pastor Find Church?
Can those who lead congregations receive ministry from them as well?
One-on-One with Warren Smith on MinistryWatch, Accountability, and the Need for Christian Journalism
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” That sentence also describes American journalism today. 
Black Pastor Candidate Withdraws After Controversial Vote at SBC Megachurch
First Baptist Church of Naples, Florida, continues to investigate whether Marcus Hayes’s rejection was the result of racial prejudice or preexisting turmoil following its previous pastor’s departure.
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Amid increasing polarization and shifting church trends, the black church continues to speak out on matters of justice.
Six Ways Pastors Struggle: You Are Not Alone
Pretending pastors don't struggle is a recipe for disaster.
The Faith Behind the Crown
Queen Elizabeth’s belief is deep and sincere, says biographer Dudley Delffs, and Netflix gets it right.
Foothill Church and the Sanctity of Human Life
Can the government force a church to fund abortions?
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
Church Leaders: A Work in Progress
If we see ourselves as the director of the work, we will become vulnerable to the weight of ministry.
The ‘Self-Actualizing’ Spirituality of Søren Kierkegaard
How the Danish philosopher takes an idea that’s congenial to modern ears and turns it upside down.
One-on-One with Bryan Jarrett on Resourcing Rural America, Part 2
Pastor Bryan Jarrett and his team have created a safe space for children who have been victims of sexual exploitation.
Oklahoma v. Baylor: Rivals on the Field, Partners in Ministry
How Saturday’s contenders brought Christ into college football.
Pentecostals and the President
Why their prophets exalt Trump and Paula White pastors him.
One-on-One with Bryan Jarrett on Resourcing Rural America, Part 1
We've not looked at rural as a mission field. We haven't seen it through missiological lenses.
Tony Evans Becomes the First Sole African American to Author a Study Bible, Commentary Named for Him
Celebrating 50 years of historic ministry, the Dallas pastor discusses his advice to Kirk Franklin and how his new releases highlight the black presence in Scripture.
Praying for Hong Kong Is Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Praying for Hong Kong Can Be Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Why Chinese diaspora churches remain silent while Christians in Hong Kong take to the streets.
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