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Living with Thanksgiving

Amazingly enough, every November as Thanksgiving approaches I hear fear expressed in one form or the other. But we must not give in to that spirit!

God Loves to Use the Small Things

Zechariah 4:10 reads, "Who has despised the day of small things?" So I asked Christian friends the question: "What small things have you seen God use?" The answers are still coming in...

Another Gospel?

The "different gospel" to which the Galatians were turning went something like this: Repent and believe in Jesus, showing that you really want to be a child of Abraham by submitting to circumcision and certain other regulations. Or, faith + works = salvation.

How the Church Can Reclaim Art's Draw & Creative Power

Art was once the domain of the Church: Christians created art that glorified God and drew people closer to His Son. Today, however, much of the Church neglects or underemphasizes God-given creativity. Here's how to cast a vision For the Beauty of the Church.

Striving Together: Is There a Place for Competition in Ministry?

Competition isn't necessarily a bad thing. It can push people to do their best in service to God.

Pastors - Not Government - Should Decide Whether to Speak about Candidates from Pulpit

We're not recommending that pastors should routinely endorse or oppose various candidates in political elections. Many pastors might decide never to do this. But whose decision should it be?

How Zoroastrian Magi Made the Original "Star Trek"

Who were these Magi and what inspired them to saddle up their camels and head west in search of a Child-King?

  • Vincent Setterholm |
  • October 25, 2010 |
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Dr. Harry Kraus on How the Church Has Domesticated Jesus

Gentle Jesus, meek and mild? Or, have we forgotten how wild and untamed the Lord really is? We interview the author of Domesticated Jesus to find out.

Communion & Coleslaw

An announcement about the celebration of the Lord's Supper made someone wonder if they needed to bring coleslaw. Awesome. But this is not a situation unique to a church that is reaching the unchurched.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 20, 2010 |
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Old Vices Don't Improve with Age

What exactly is it that we know now that necessitates a change in the hard won wisdom of nearly every ancient culture?

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • October 19, 2010 |
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What Kind of Church Am I?

You do want your church to be pleasing to the Lord, don't you? Of course we come quickly to the understanding that we can't easily change our church. The main thing you and I can focus on... is us.

Reinvigorating Mainline Churches: Getting Out of Our Own Way

Turning around the sagging fortunes of mainline Protestant churches isn't rocket science; we just can't find the will to do what needs to be done. Here are four signs of the way forward...

How to Fail at Failing

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 11, 2010 |
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Why We Don't Have Revival

The standard answers for churches lacking revival include sin, complacency, prayerlessness... but those answers are missing the point.

Love Potion Numbers 5

One of the things I enjoy telling people about Bible study is that "if it's weird, it's important." Numbers 5:11-31 certainly qualifies in both respects...

  • Michael S. Heiser |
  • October 05, 2010 |
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Halloween: Honor the Witnesses of All Saints' Day Instead

At best, Halloween's an excuse to ask strangers for candy. At worst, it's mindless paganism our ancestors turned their backs on. I would like instead to turn your attention to an often-overlooked celebration...

John Henry Newman: A Saint for Today

Newman is preeminently a saint for our era. Christianity—including evangelical Christianity—is mired in the same relativistic mud 130 years after Newman battled religious subjectivity in England.

Watch Our Interview with “Hipster Christianity” Author, Brett McCracken

The contemporary church seems desperate when it attempts to package Christianity as cool and relevant. Enter hipster and author, Brett McCracken, offering an insider's analysis and sound response.

Slave Discipleship: Assuming the Posture of Power

How do you respond to slave discipleship? Probably through protest, much as Peter did when Jesus tried to wash his feet.

  • Dr. Bill Lawrence |
  • September 29, 2010 |
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Churches Find Empty Pews at Sunday Evening Services

There is a trend of declining evening attendance in evangelical denominations that long have cherished a heritage of worshiping twice on Sunday. Some evening services are more intimate; others have been cancelled or replaced by an alternative.

  • Matt Vande Bunte |
  • September 28, 2010 |
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