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5 Tips To Reduce Misunderstandings In An Information-Soaked Culture
No one is a perfect communicator. Even if our facts are correct, the way we say them matters.
Why Are There So Few Resources For Churches Under 50?
If you’ve learned something practical about pastoring a very small church, we need to get that information out to others.
17 Steps For Writers and Speakers To Catch The Attention Of Publishers And Conferences
Publishers and conferences are always looking for good content. Here’s what I’ve learned about creating something they need.
Reflecting on Rachel: Why She Mattered
Watching the reaction to RHE's death has reminded me that we need to be a safe place for people who wander, and for people who wonder.
Some Great Evangelism Articles: My Judgmental Look at the 2019 EPA Higher Goals Contest
The top five pieces on evangelism in descending order.
One-on-One with Jonathan Merritt on ‘Learning to Speak God from Scratch’ : Part 1
“Most Christians who speak God do so passively.”
Remember Blogs? (For Every Communicator Who's Felt Out Of Step)
A word of encouragement to everyone who’s felt criticized or left behind when others move on to something new, cool or cutting edge.
When Great Writers Wrestle with Faith
Why have so many modern novelists and poets chased after (and fled from) God?
This Novelist Won Me Over with His Sincere Love of JesusSubscriber Access Only
I read Charles Martin’s Bible retellings with a critical eye. But the more I read, the more I found myself overcome with their spiritual power.
God Has a Plan for Your Life. But You Can't Find It Alone.
How community helps us discern our callings.
Joy Davidman: The Woman Who Wanted Something More
Patti Callahan uses historical fiction to trace the transformative journey of C. S. Lewis’s wife.
How Poetry Quiets the ‘Pandemonium of Blab’
Poet Christian Wiman helps us tune our ears to silence, so God's voice won't be lost in the noise.
David Foster Wallace Broke My Heart
Ten years after his suicide, I marvel at his genius but mourn the crushing burdens he carried.
A Letter to the Church on Moral Failure and Misconduct
This is a very hard season for the church in America, and frankly, a season in which many cannot yet see the end in sight.
Madeleine L’Engle: ‘We Must Be Willing to Live by Paradox and Contradiction and Surprise’Subscriber Access Only
A new “spiritual biography” of the author of A Wrinkle in Time celebrates her refusal to be pigeonholed.
Stephen King Wrestles with the Divine
The horror writer is no fan of organized religion, but his stories don’t shy away from belief in things unseen.
How Christian Faith Led a Single Woman to Defy Chairman MaoSubscriber Access Only
Lin Zhao’s faith led her to embrace China's Communist movement—then pay the ultimate price for opposing it.
Died: ‘God’s Smuggler’ and ‘The Cross and the Switchblade’ Coauthor John Sherrill
Charismatic writer and Guideposts editor is remembered for his Spirit-filled stories.
A Punk Rock Rebel Returns to Church
I was parked between “spiritual but not religious” and “New Age dilettante” when depression threw me into God’s arms.
The Mainliner Who Made Me More EvangelicalSubscriber Access Only
How Frederick Buechner changed the course of Russell Moore's life.
A Sixth-Generation Mormon Meets a Born-Again Christian
A Sixth-Generation Mormon Meets a Born-Again Christian
He asked me how I knew my faith was true. I couldn’t give a compelling answer.
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