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The Case for Vocational Singleness
What if singles spent time discerning a call to “undivided devotion to the Lord”?
Three Evangelical Colleges Cut Tuition Prices
Seattle Pacific, Houghton, and Gordon want prospective students to see Christian liberal arts colleges as an affordable option.
Why We Get Up in the Morning Shouldn’t Differ from Sunday to Monday
Steven Garber envisions lives marked by greater coherence between our deepest commitments and our everyday cares.
Christian Colleges Are Changing to Survive. Is it Working?
Faced with declining enrollments, evangelical schools add programs, cut programs, and hope.
Christian College Grads Care More About Helping, Less About Money
Study suggests religious schools should emphasize distinctives.
The Turbulent Calling of Bivocational Ministry
Three honest stories about its rewards and challenges.
8 Simple (but not easy) Rules for Movement: Part 6 - Send Co-Vocational Teams
When so-called “secular” work is seen as part of the mission, it can aid the church reproducing the process.
Was I Betraying My Church by Interviewing Elsewhere?
Seasons of pastoral transition are conflicting—and they should be.
How David Brooks Meandered Toward God
The New York Times columnist hasn’t become a Christian of the “Protestant evangelical variety,” but his latest book offers a fine example of spiritual autobiography.
This Fantasy Novelist Showed Me What It Means to Fear God
How Lois McMaster Bujold’s Hugo Award–winning stories depict reverence in the face of divine mystery.
Exploring the Growing Trend of Taking a Gap Year before College
When chosen wisely, a gap year can meet a student exactly where they are and provide what they need to thrive in college.
One-on-One with Kristen Padilla on Women in Vocational Ministry
Author of ‘Now That I’m Called’ on how churches can better engage and deploy women in vocational ministry.
Saving Retirement
Growing old is not what it used to be. For millions of retirees, that may actually be good news.
Florida’s Oldest Place to Grow Old
Dowling Park was a retirement community built around widows and orphans. A century later, it’s a model for intergenerational ministry.
Your Plan B Is Still God’s Plan A
What a failed church plant taught me about divine purpose and provision.
God Has a Plan for Your Life. But You Can't Find It Alone.
How community helps us discern our callings.
Ministry Lessons from the Life of Eugene Peterson
9 church leaders share what they learned through his books, letters, and friendship.
God Called Me to Quit My Job. But Did I Trust Him Without a Paycheck?
A round-the-world research trip is teaching me the power of God's provision.
God of the Second Shift
The theology of work conversation is thriving. Why are most workers missing from it?
Our October Issue: Rethinking Vocation
Work is both “do what you love” and “do what you must.”

Top Story November 25, 2020

Sometimes, Telling Us More About the Pilgrims Actually Tells Us Less
Sometimes, Telling Us More About the Pilgrims Actually Tells Us Less
A new study touches on many factors that shaped life in Plymouth Colony. But the most important one gets lost in the laundry list.

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