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Week of July 14, 2024

Is God Calling Me to Obscurity or Influence?
Is God Calling Me to Obscurity or Influence?
I want to write to build up the body of Christ, but platform building takes time away from my local congregation.
Pakistan’s Presbyterians Have United. Reconciling Will Take Time.
Pakistan’s Presbyterians Have United. Reconciling Will Take Time.
After 60 years of division, leaders hope that coming together will strengthen the church's witness.
Your Party Will Not Win This Election
Your Party Will Not Win This Election
And that’s a good thing—because how we think about victory is not only delusional but damaging.
Put Away Your Swords
Put Away Your Swords
Jesus used his final moments with his disciples before the crucifixion to heal his opponent’s ear—and model the way of love.
A Renewed Invitation to Seek the Kingdom
A Renewed Invitation to Seek the Kingdom
In these fractured times, we want to focus on Jesus’ call to chase after his will.
CT Design, Redesign, and Re-redesign, from 1956 to Today
CT Design, Redesign, and Re-redesign, from 1956 to Today
How the look and feel of the magazine have changed with the times.
Our Culture Is Obsessed with Being Seen. But Jesus Calls Us to Be Hidden.
Our Culture Is Obsessed with Being Seen. But Jesus Calls Us to Be Hidden.
In an age of social media celebrity and showy spirituality, we are invited into a holy unawareness.
Trump’s Would-Be Assassin and the Twisted Quest for Human Glory
Trump’s Would-Be Assassin and the Twisted Quest for Human Glory
Political violence offers a false sense of meaning. The church must model a different kind of glory.

Week of July 7, 2024

One Body, Many Denominational Meetings
One Body, Many Denominational Meetings
Our anxiety over church factions should lead us to dependence on Christ.
Our Old Leaders Won’t Walk Away, and That’s About More Than Politics
Our Old Leaders Won’t Walk Away, and That’s About More Than Politics
What the presidential debate and its aftermath should tell us about our culture of geriatric childishness.
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