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Week of April 21, 2019
Christians Can’t Back Out of the Foster System Now
Christians Can’t Back Out of the Foster System Now
Bethany CEO: Too many kids need loving families. And that’s why we decided to comply with Michigan’s new requirements.
Sri Lankan Sunday School Was ‘Willing to Die for Christ’ on Easter. Half Did.
Sri Lankan Sunday School Was ‘Willing to Die for Christ’ on Easter. Half Did.
Amid funerals and fears after ISIS-linked attacks, Christian leaders across the island explain how they are guiding the faithful on mourning and Muslims.
Why the Church Needs Single Parents, and Single Parents Need the Church
Why the Church Needs Single Parents, and Single Parents Need the Church
Families with one parent are part of God’s family. But how do we minister to their complex needs?
Six Biblical Responses to Sri Lanka’s Easter Bombings
Six Biblical Responses to Sri Lanka’s Easter Bombings
Colombo theologian: God gives Christians the freedom to leave the revenge cycle and instead love and bless Muslims.
Evangelism Is More Prayer Than Action for Protestant Churchgoers
Evangelism Is More Prayer Than Action for Protestant Churchgoers
Survey finds more than half of monthly worshipers haven’t shared Jesus in the past six months.
Pastoring the One When You’d Rather Pastor the Ninety-Nine
Pastoring the One When You’d Rather Pastor the Ninety-Nine
Personal attention is a minister’s inefficient imperative.
Week of April 14, 2019
Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
According to the gospel of John, the cross casts us into community.
Easter Joy Belongs to the Melancholy
Easter Joy Belongs to the Melancholy
The celebration of Christ’s resurrection stands in contrast to Christmas joy.
ECFA Revokes Harvest Bible Chapel’s Membership
ECFA Revokes Harvest Bible Chapel’s Membership
(UPDATED) Under James MacDonald, Chicago-area megachurch was in “serious violation” of 4 out of 7 stewardship standards, says Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.
The Rise of Conversational Churches
The Rise of Conversational Churches
Why a growing number of congregations are taking deliberate steps to relearn the habit of talking together.
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