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A Cure for Gospel Confusion

As Christians today keep struggling to fully grasp the gospel's incredible breadth and power--both for themselves and for the changing world around them--Tullian Tchividjian's book, "Surprised by Grace" carries a liberating message that forces us to come to grips with the shocking extent of God's compassion and mercy.

Of Pastors & Pyramids: Master Builders Required

Even Egypt's massively complex Great Pyramid is built upon a simple formula: Design x Substance + Energy + Time. It's the same equation used in evangelism.

How to Mobilize Your Church to Care for Creation

There's no better group of people to help solve the problem than Christians.

Do We Really Know Jesus? Adam Gopnik and the Gospels

Even the most secularized classes, those whom Friedrich Schleiermacher called the "cultured despisers of religion," cannot leave Jesus alone. Not even The New Yorker.

Largest Prison Chapel in U.S. Opens for Ministry

It has been a long and some times arduous journey, but a new Spiritual Life Center at the El Dorado Correctional Facility (EDCF) in Kansas finally held its dedication and open house May 4.

Ancient Words, New Light: How Studying Psalms Prepared a Pastor

"My friend's 3-month-old granddaughter died last night," said the caller. "They don't know what to do and don't have a church. Is there any chance you could visit them?" Even a weary pastor on his day off recognizes a holy moment. "I'll be right there," I said...

The Great Isaiah Scroll & the Original Bible: An Interview with Dr. Peter Flint

For over forty years, the Great Isaiah Scroll was under lock and key, deep underground in Jerusalem. Recently, for the 60th anniversary of the Dead Sea Scrolls discovery, the Israel Antiquities Authority displayed the scroll.

How to Resurrect Your Ministry

If you’ve grown frustrated and discouraged by ministry work, it’s time to be renewed. Here's how to tap into The Resurrection of Ministry.

Paul's Last Words

Timothy had to question this strange calling. His mentor had more scars than friends, more jail time than spare time. He must have wondered, "How can anyone shepherd unruly sheep and menacing wolves at the same time?"

ABCs of Alzheimer’s Ministry

Have you ever wanted to help a person who has Alzheimer’s disease but didn’t know what to do?

A Spiritual Package Deal

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  • May 12, 2010 |
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Who Will Be Tested Next? The Dilemma of Franklin Graham

The recent controversy about Franklin Graham is a sign of things to come.

How Bible Study Changed My Life and Saved My Marriage

David Lawson of Precept Ministries knew his marriage was in serious trouble. So, while his wife B.J. was out of town visiting a relative, he visited a church. That Sunday morning, he gave his life to Christ.

The Immigration Crisis: How Do We Begin to Solve It?

When I began thinking about this issue, I thought an easy answer would emerge—a single verse or teaching, a silver bullet to solve the problem once and for all. I was pleased to discover that the Bible goes further than I had expected to address many of the issues we face regarding immigration.

Leadership: Little Things Mean a Lot

Small gestures can set the tone for a leader.

Preaching with Bold Assurance: An Interview with Hershael York

Millennials have a great challenge because they are far more accustomed to communicating via texts, emails, and blogs than they are orally. The biggest mistake I see is when preachers preach like writers, concentrating more on the specific words that they want to say-–basically reading the sermon-–than on communicating with a real audience.

Confessional History

There's a clear difference between the kind of history that scholars write today and the theological history we see presented in the Bible.

Researchers Probe Whether, Why, 'Free Will' Exists

A four-year research project at Florida State University aims to determine whether, and how, free will exists, and whether people are really responsible for the things they do.

What I've Learned about Preaching

Preaching is as much an art as a science, and one man's method may not help someone else. My only qualification to address this topic comes from 40 years of trying to preach.

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