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What Augustine’s Baptism Can Teach Our Churches

As they moved toward the baptistry, candidates were expected to recite the Creed, not to show that they “meant business” but in order to show that they were now entrusted with a glorious mystery of the faith, expected to preserve this for the next generation. (Read more)

When the Church's Enemy is the Church

Jesus said, "I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it." The longer I'm in ministry, I think he might have added, "...and the Elders and Deacons will not prevail against it."

A Special Church for Special Needs

At our church there is a ministry to people with special needs – young and old. And I’d like to share some about it, perhaps giving ideas on the background details which need to be thought through, and the blessing it is to so many.

Biblical 'Contradictions': The Reason We Require Theologians

Entire books have been written listing all the seeming contradictions found in the Bible. Entire libraries have been written to answer them. It's why theologians will never be out of a job - we need people who know all the Bible and think well about these things to help figure them out.

N.T. Wright: "Have We Gotten Heaven All Wrong?"

While Heaven is indisputably God's realm, it's not some distantly remote galaxy hopelessly removed from human reality, says Christian apologist N.T. Wright.

Do Christians Really Have to Go to Church?
Do Christians Really Have to Go to Church?

Philip Nation advises us how to respond to the growing opinion that churchgoing is unnecessary or optional for believers.

  • Christianity.com via GodTube.com |
  • May 17, 2012 |
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Would You Take Your Son to a Brothel?

The late Norman Vincent Peale, senior pastor of New York City’s Marble Collegiate Church for over 50 years, grew up in Ohio, a preacher’s kid. His father, Clifford Peale, was a tremendously compassionate man. If there was a need within his congregation, he was determined to meet it.

Why They Dislike Us: Christians and "Branding"

What the Scriptures says to a church obsessed with its image

Could Heaven be in Outer Space?

The idea of what’s "out there" has puzzled mankind since ancient times. It puzzles still today.

Pastors, Don't Use Mother's Day to Bash Dads

This Sunday we will extol the value and benefit of motherhood, which is great. But in some churches, this will be done by degrading husbands.

Selling to Those Who Don't Care

It’s amazing the degree to which outreach strategies rest on a single, and deeply flawed, premise: That people want what you have to offer.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 09, 2012 |
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What Churches Could Learn from Restaurants

It occurred to me while dining out with my wife that churches could benefit from studying what these eating establishments are doing, and what they're not doing.

Finish well. Start now.

Leading people is tiring. If you've ever been in a position of influence, I'm sure you'd agree. At times, it is stressful, lonely, and people are exposed to your flaws continuously. It's kind of like the old African proverb says: "It is the monkey that climbs the tree the highest, where everyone sees his rear." So true.

Earthquakes: Are Men the Only Qualified Leaders?

The Joy Gal jumps right into one of the most controversial topics in Christianity today....hold on to your hats, we are in for a rocky ride on the Trembler!

How to Trade Passive Belief for Active Faith that Changes Your Life

If your Christian life is boring or unfulfilling, you’re not living the life Jesus is calling you to live.

A New Renaissance in the Arts: Why Now?

The Church was once the major patron of the arts, and many Christian leaders believe that it can and should be once again. Renewing that status may shift the way the Church impacts the world as a force for good.

Should I Cremate My Mom and Dad?

Dear Roger, My husband and I would like to be cremated after our deaths. Is there scripture regarding our decision?

5 Leadership Lessons in 4 Years

So I'm not John Maxwell, but I have learned a few things about leadership in my four years of ministry

Attracting Younger Visitors

Why is this simple lesson, being learned by necessity over and over by other groups, agencies and enterprises, so resisted by the church?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 26, 2012 |
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Have Christians Assumed a 'Slacktivist' Approach to Their Faith?

Slacktivism, a term coined in the mid-1990s, refers to the increasingly popular phenomenon of casual activism.

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