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Her zaman Söz'ün insanları olmalıyız, ancak Kutsal Yazılarla derin bir ilişki kurmayı yeniden tahayyül etmemiz gerekecek.
Music & MeaningEpisode 11|35min
If It Were Easy, Everyone Would Do It
Charlie Peacock wonders how democratizing music creation- dropping the barrier to entry so low that anyone can write a song, affects the individual's soul and our culture.
La disparition de communautés artistiques est une perte pour l’Église
Les écrivains et artistes chrétiens ont besoin d’espaces partagés afin de pouvoir servir au mieux l’Église et le monde avec ce qui les passionne.
Des pasteurs kényans préparent le terrain pour une intervention en Haïti
Le président kényan William Ruto a chargé des responsables d’église de rencontrer des représentants des forces de l’ordre et de l’armée haïtiennes, ainsi qu’un chef de gang, afin de discuter de la mission de sécurité envisagée par le Kenya.
No filme Guerra Civil, o que se vê é o que se tenta esquecer
O novo thriller distópico nos lembra que o importante não é apenas o que testemunhamos, mas como.
La lucha por la libertad religiosa a nivel internacional se expande
La reunión anual sobre la Libertad Religiosa Internacional resaltó que la persecución de las personas de fe en todo el mundo sigue en aumento.
Let the Seas Rise and Feed the Poor
Helping marine biodiversity flourish is a means of participating in God’s work, says an Indonesian theologian.
Panic Won’t Protect the Planet Well
I grew up as a climate change denier. Now I understand we must care for God’s creation and people alike.
Can a Secularizing Nation Have a Christian Soul?
One of England’s finest writers surveys the past and present of English faith.
In a Divided World, Practice Patient Persuasion
A law professor shares lessons on respectful disagreement in the classroom, the church, and the wider culture.
Unpacking Community
Finding an ecclesial home is one challenge. Living in community is another.
The Struggle to Hold It Together When a Church Falls Apart
How do we carry on when there’s more confusion and hurt than clarity and healing?
Stories We Are Made to Tell
It is easy to be discouraged by division in the United States, but we are called to have a bigger worldview.
If You’re a Christian, You Should Probably Thank Your Mom
A majority of American Protestants were raised by devout mothers, a study finds.
Against the ‘Audience Capture’ of the Church
Our message cannot be market tested or manufactured.
Bible Figures Never Say ‘I’m Sorry’
If they don’t “apologize” in the modern sense, it’s only because Scripture has a richer vocabulary of repentance.
5 Underappreciated Books on Spiritual Formation
Chosen by Alex Sosler, author of A Short Guide to Spiritual Formation: Finding Life in Truth, Goodness, Beauty, and Community.
Exploited South African Miners Turn to Churches for Help
Pastors help widows take on delayed pensions and negotiate peace amid violent labor disputes.
Criticizing Critical Race Theory—and Its Critics
A new book seems oddly outraged that CRT skeptics take its arguments seriously.

Top Story April 23, 2024

Let the Seas Rise and Feed the Poor
Let the Seas Rise and Feed the Poor
Helping marine biodiversity flourish is a means of participating in God’s work, says an Indonesian theologian.

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