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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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A Counter-Intuitive Path to Pastoral Success: Make a Mistake

We do like our leaders to be human and to show their humanity from time to time.

4 Types of Friends Every Pastor Needs

"If you are a typical pastor without close friendships, I urge you to seek them out."

Loving Your Neighbor (Beyond Theory)

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 21, 2010 |
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Future Trends in Evangelicalism

Evangelical churches that have been successful in the past ten years have been able to anticipate and recognize trends quickly, and also find effective ways to communicate the gospel to the culture in which they live. For that to continue this decade, several issues must be discussed and resolved.

Does God Care How Much We Give?

God didn’t just give a little for us; He gave His best. He gave Himself. John says that it is no different for us: True love requires sacrifice.

Unraveling The Unshakable Truth with Josh McDowell

Christians are commonly told to "have faith" in our spiritual lives, but can those very words serve as a stumbling block in our walk with Christ? Josh McDowell thinks so, and would point us to The Unshakable Truth in Whom we place our faith.

  • Shawn McEvoy & Ryan Duncan |
  • September 15, 2010 |
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Mission and Metropolis: The Church and the City

Driven by population shifts, immigration, and human reproduction, massive new cities are springing up all over the globe. Will the church rise to this challenge?

A Fat King and a Southpaw: Humor in Judges 3?

At first glance—and probably, at second—this passage from chapter three of the book of Judges does not seem like a promising source of humor. And yet ancient Israelites would have found this very funny indeed.

  • Leonard Greenspoon |
  • September 09, 2010 |
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  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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The Evangelical Reformed Movement: A Comeback

Where some Christians fret over the loss of Christian consensus in America and the growing ranks of the religiously unaffiliated, we see great opportunity. The demise of nominal Christianity opens new possibilities for genuine discipleship.

  • Justin Taylor, Kevin DeYoung, & Collin Hansen |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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Murphy's Law in the Ministry

If anything, Murphy is an equal opportunist - the people of God know him well. Scripture is filled with godly men and women who never saw him coming.

Preaching Points: Redundancy and Precision

As has been well said, there is no such thing as a bad short sermon or a long good one.

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