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In Haiti, Faith and Churches Continue to Sprout

Ten weeks after the Jan. 12 earthquake hit Haiti, Baptist leaders in the hurting nation see an openness to the Gospel unseen before, spawning a renewed urgency to their task.

The Charade of the Pro-Life Executive Order

Even if the President intends to stand by his agreement, this does not bind his successors, the courts, or, for that, matter, the pro-abortion activists in his own party.

Who Took Verse 4 out of My Bible?

Most of us have read John 5:1–9, the story of the blind, paralyzed man at the pool of Bethesda, many times, but I’ll bet there’s something that escaped your attention.

Pastors and Pain

Pastors are no strangers to pain, but... is it possible to turn that pain into gold?

Good Friday or Easter Christians?

Is Christianity built on nonsense? Or is Christianity built on an irrefutable fact?

  • Donald Charles Lacy |
  • March 25, 2010 |
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Health Care: Don't Be Afraid

Now these three abide: anger, outrage, and fear—and the greatest of these is fear." That's not in the Bible. But sometimes I wonder if I think it is.

North Korea: The Hole in the Map

The satellite images show a black whole between China, South Korea, and Japan. Due to their isolation, North Koreans live in the same darkness.

Texas and the Textbook Alamo

What children are taught in public school matters. Whole societies have been altered by indoctrinating them, as the Soviet Union showed.

Faith in a Fallen World

There is true horror in the fall. But there is true hope in Christ.

Experiencing the Passion and Power of Easter

Read reformer Martin Luther's compelling meditation on the question of who really killed Christ.

Abraham: The Footprint of an Obedient Faith

When was the last time you heard about a 75-year-old man packing up his family and moving away somewhere totally non-specific?

Health Care: National Suicide by Self-Execution

The "Slaughter Rule" allows congressional members to claim that they didn't actually vote for the bill when they face citizens in their districts. But that kind of hocus-pocus is not going to work.

Genetically Modified Famine: Ideology Vs. the Poor

By 2050, the world's population, which is currently about 6.8 billion, is projected to peak at about 9 billion. Food production will have to increase by one third just to keep pace with population. We've got to produce more, urgently.

Glenn Beck, Social Justice, and the Limits of Public Discourse

The issues raised by his comments and the resultant controversy are worthy of our most careful thinking and most earnest struggle. Serious-minded Christians cannot move on from this issue so quickly.

When It's Time for Plan B

When your plans fall apart, it doesn't necessarily mean God wasn't in them. It may just be time to consider Plan B.

31 Days to a More Powerful You

Proverbs offers the simplest, yet most profound, daily spiritual "pick-me-ups" to be found in all the Bible.

What Are We Singing: Blessed Be the Name of the Lord

What circumstances are you experiencing right now? Provision? Losing it all, like Job? Are you between a rock and a hard place or The Rock and a hard place? Will you curse? Will you kneel? Will you sing?

Counterfeit Gospels

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • March 18, 2010 |
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From Generation to Generation

What are the mandates and the models of Scripture regarding intergenerational life and ministry in our churches? What are the fruits of neglecting them?

  • Gary A. Parrett and S. Steve Kang |
  • March 18, 2010 |
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Discovering the Power of Luke's Gospel: A Greek Word Study without Greek

Those students of the Bible who don't read Greek can still reach beyond the English Bible to the original Greek in four easy steps.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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