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The Biggest Hindrance to Your Kids’ Faith Isn’t Doubt. It’s Silence
According to two researchers, the key to “sticky faith” is conversation.
Emerging Adults: Apathetic or Indifferent to Matters of Faith?
A call to spiritual care among our twenty-somethings.
Cliff Sims, the 'Team of Vipers,' and His Views of the President's Faith Advisors (Part 2)
"Proximity to power does strange things even to pastors and ministers."
Half of Millennial Christians Say It’s Wrong to Evangelize
Survey finds young believers want others to know about Jesus. They just don’t want to speak up about it.
Cliff Sims, 'Team of Vipers,' and Faith inside the White House - Part 1
An interview with the former White House staffer about his new book and the role faith has played in his political career.
Why Is There An Increasing Pushback Against Church Growth Principles?
As the church growth movement enters middle age, it’s time to ask some tough, but fair and necessary questions.
Your Plan B Is Still God’s Plan A
What a failed church plant taught me about divine purpose and provision.
Why Song of Solomon Is Key to the Great Commission
Working effectively for Christ requires intimacy with him.
Choose Faith
Rather than living in a world of constant questions, we allow this tiny babe in a manger to give us the answer.
More Is Only Good When It’s A Byproduct Of Better
We don’t need bigger churches. We need better churches. Then we need more of them.
Respect and Humility: A Close Encounter with Those of Another Faith
People are drawn to Jesus with our actions—that is, when we are not condescending and arrogant.
3 Reasons Upcoming Cultural Changes Will Hit The Bible Belt Especially Hard – And What To Do About It
If you've never lived outside a predominantly Christian culture, the next few decades will continue to rock your world. But there is hope.
What Christians in the US Can Learn from Immigrant Pastors
For those who met Christ elsewhere, Americanized Christianity can look a bit strange.
We Actually Don’t Need a Trinitarian Revival
Attempts to teach a ‘better’ understanding of the Trinity may do more harm than good.
Uniting a Violence-Plagued City in Prayer
Neither death threats nor tepid response discouraged two pastors from praying over every murder site in their city for years.
Helping People Connect Faith and Work Subscriber access only
These churches send out engineers, teachers, artists, and lawyers as missionaries to their cities.
Gene Yang: A Graphic Novelist Caught Between Two Worlds Subscriber access only
The graphic novelist and MacArthur Grant recipient sees his life as an outsider as a blessing.
How the Prophet Habakkuk Built an Anti-Fragile Faith Subscriber access only
Lessons on worshiping a consistently unpredictable God.
The Truth of Scorsese’s Faithless Characters
In an interview with CT, ‘Silence’ director reveals why he is drawn to ‘wretches.’
A Bunch of Deleted Scenes Might Become Your Movie of the Year
Kirsten Johnson’s collection of arresting leftovers, ‘Cameraperson,’ is laden with meaning.
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