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Making Up Evangelical History

The idea that Roe v. Wade was not a precipitating factor in the formation of conservative evangelical political engagement serves as a classic example of historic revisionism.

Preachers and Podiatrists: Is Some Work More Sacred?

Doing the work that God gifted us for—whether it be government work, writing, or a plumber—does not make us second-class Christians.

We Are the Body: How to Become a Practicing Church

If we're going to be a congregation that does more than come to church and benefit from what the church has to offer, we must learn together how to Embody Our Faith.

Does Valentine's Day Make People Forget Jesus' Love?

Jesus said, "Greater love has no man than this, than to lay down one's life for his friends." This is the truest, purest and greatest form of love. Does the world remember it like it does Valentine's Day?

  • Shahid Shahbaz Khan |
  • February 09, 2010 |
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Is Dialogue a Basis for Christian Unity?

The call for dialogue among Christians often comes from those with inter-faith sensibilities. And talking respectfully with people of other religions is a good thing, however, in many circles "dialogue" merely serves as an antidote to evangelism.

Francis Schaeffer's Struggle for Spiritual Reality

Francis Schaeffer had become a joyless Christian man. Then something profound happened. How did he honestly face down his severe crisis of joylessness? How can we do the same?

The Secret Weapon of Ministry Success

Plan and prepare all you want, but a wide-awake prayer team is vital the success of any ministry or program.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • February 02, 2010 |
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Give Me a Book

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • February 01, 2010 |
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Biblical Leadership Styles: Swaggerers vs. Performers

The storefront window of Scripture showcases both types: swaggerers and performers. Performers aren't defined by bios or business cards, but by obedience.

Haiti: What Should Your Congregation Know and Do?

A pastor in middle America asks a native Haitian for a true picture of his homeland so that his congregation can be briefed on the best ways to help.

Developing A Yearly Rhythm for Church Prayer

The rhythm of our praying allowed all of us, not just individuals but as a congregation, to move closer to the Apostle Paul's command to "pray continually."

  • Phil Miglioratti |
  • January 26, 2010 |
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The Mystery of Evil

The classical problem of the existence of evil has been called the Achilles’ heel of the Christian faith. But have philosophers proven that God cannot simultaneously be all-powerful, loving and good?

Pastor, Ask Something Great From Us

Generality is the curse of modern sermons. So never forget that you are engaging in big things, matters involving Almighty God and the beloved, fallen people for whom Jesus Christ died.

Why Don't We Just Pick Up the Phone?

Since a single poor staff hire can devastate most churches, squandering Kingdom resources, James Emery White pleads out of his own experience for pastors to please call the pastors of other churches.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 21, 2010 |
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Give us Faith So We'll Be Safe: A Theological and Pastoral Response to the Tragedy in Haiti

How do we who call ourselves followers of the Lord of life respond to the chilling report that 40,000 bodies have been buried and there could be 200,000 dead in Haiti? The earthquake in Haiti has also shaken our consciences and our souls.

American Idol: Distorted Dreams and Grand Illusions

A poll by the Pew Research Center reveals that 81% of 18-25-year-olds said getting rich is their generation's most important goal. Runner-up is being famous. Why should the church care?

Sin, Civil Rights, and Missions: MLK Day Reflections

Martin Luther King and most of the other great black leaders were cut from a different cloth, one that recognized the biblical doctrine of human depravity as a great antidote to racism, since it makes it harder for us to view others humans—whatever race—as less advantaged before God.

Graham and King on Civil Rights

Eight Summarizing Words on the Gospel

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