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I'd Rather Have Jesus

As George Beverly Shea turns 100, Lucy Adams reflects on his ministry through music and how brothers and sisters in Christ are never strangers.

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • January 31, 2009 |
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Understanding the Post-Abortive Woman

I was a young college student in Boston in the early 80s when I found out I was pregnant. My first reaction was one of total fear...

The Darwin Daze

Over the next few weeks, hundreds of events in dozens of countries will be held to celebrate the bicentennial birthday of Charles Darwin, occurring on February 12th.

OK, There Really Is a Bible Belt

New Gallup research helps us see our national mission field in sharper view, state by state. There really is a Bible belt, and some regions of the country are remarkably secular.

16 Ways to Build a Youth Ministry That Will Last

Learn how to go from faililng to attract students and an endless string of youth ministers to creating a Sustainable Youth Ministry.

Groundhog Day Faith?

Faith in Faith or Faith in God?

As real as the New Age movement threat is, I have become equally concerned about the ominous threat that the word-faith movement poses to the body of Christ.

  • Hank Hanegraaff |
  • February 05, 2009 |
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12 Steps Church Leaders Can Take to Help Domestic Abuse Victims

What specific steps can church leaders take to help domestic abuse victims?

Viva La Revolución! The Constitution of Secularism

The American founders, who read the French documents, saw the dangers endemic in the words of the French revolutionaries. As John Adams feared, “I know not what to make of a republic of thirty million atheists.”

  • Dr. Paul Kengor |
  • February 04, 2009 |
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50 Years Later, Vatican II's Legacy Still Being Felt

Fifty years ago, Pope John XXIII unleashed such a wave of change in the still waters of the Roman Catholic Church when he called for a worldwide council of bishops to reform their ancient institution.

  • Michael O'Malley |
  • February 04, 2009 |
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Why Jesus Compared Unforgiveness To the Sycamine Tree

When you understand everything that is connected to the sycamine tree, you’ll know exactly why Jesus chose to use this tree as an example of bitterness and unforgiveness in Luke 17:6.

Football Games and Missional Christianity

Recovering the church's missiological purpose should not be understood as an attempt to replicate first-century Christianity in our time.

Obama and the Arabs

Rather than use his interview with Arab television to point the Arab world to the positive results America has achieved for them, President Obama used this opportunity to throw America under the bus.

The Secret to Passing Down Your Faith

Moses recognized the importance of telling family faith adventures.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • January 30, 2009 |
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Creation & the Cosmos: God Bringing Glory to Himself

Have you ever stopped to consider how thin the book of Psalms may have been if David had lived in our day of all the electronic gadgetry that enthralls modern society?

  • Veronica Jones-Brown |
  • January 30, 2009 |
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Being Slow to Speak

Slow to speak. It sounds easy enough. But how easy is it when you hear something that you disagree with? What happens when someone is sharing something that you know a great deal more about? What if someone says something that’s offensive?

Growing the Church through Tough Times

As the senior pastor and founder of New York’s largest evangelical church, A. R. Bernard told the Times, “When people are shaken to the core, it can open doors.”

Groups Scramble to Pay for Holocaust Victims' Care

Sara Politzer survived the Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps. Now, the frail octogenarian is struggling to survive bad health, little money and living alone in New York City.

  • Nicole Neroulias |
  • January 29, 2009 |
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All We Have, Because of Grace

All that God has given me, all that I was thanking Him for, isn't just because of His grace, it is His grace.

Audience of One

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