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Book Review - Calvin

Is the Church Full of Hypocrites?

The church requires an admission of being a sinner in order to be a member. So, yes, the church is filled with sinners. But does this justify the conclusion that the church is filled with hypocrites?

The Cries of the Poor

The biblical account of Boaz, a "prominent man," and Ruth, a young widow attempting to support herself as well as her widowed mother-in-law, is a beautiful example of personal financial sacrifice for the sole purpose of helping someone living in poverty and despair.

From Misery to Mercy to Ministry

The verdict is in. The tired and empty promises of a generation of liberalism have left us with a vacuum of moral direction.

  • Dr. Chuck Betters |
  • October 09, 2009 |
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Rejoicing at the Unexpected

Megachurches Offer Relational Approach with Multiple Sites

Rick Moore and his congregation are part of an emerging shift away from single-location megachurches toward multiple site church that offers more than a good sermon.

Bruised by Booze: The Faithful Response to Addiction & Recovery

If we want to see God at work in our communities, I think we need to examine the lives that are being lost to self-destruction.

I Thought Jesus Came to Keep Me FROM Suffering!

The state of marriage reveals a gaping chasm between biblical Christianity and cultural Christianity that must be closed if the church wants to be faithful to its mission.

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 28, 2009 |
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The Duty of Political Speech

Everything seems to be flowing toward one end of the political spectrum, and those who raise a voice to offer a contrary opinion are ignored, scorned, or attacked. Elihu must have had a similar wariness about speaking up.

The Christian's Guide to Everyday Justice

As a practical outworking of loving God and others, true justice is restorative. So how do Christians practically imitate God's passion for justice and righteousness?

  • Hännah Schlaudt |
  • September 23, 2009 |
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In the Beginning ... God

What Would Jesus Tweet?

  • David R. Stokes |
  • September 18, 2009 |
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Keeping the Lights on Monday through Saturday

The scenario is common and vexing: a church building erected generations ago sits idle six days a week yet consumes 50 percent of the church budget. What to do?

Paving the Way: Becoming Cultural Missionaries

To reach people with the Gospel, we have to be able to speak their language: be it Swahili, Chinese... or the language of postmodern secularism.

Heralds of the King

The late Dr. Clowney was a trailblazer of Christ-centered, redemptive historical preaching. Following his model, in Heralds of the King pastors with different gifts, backgrounds and ministries show how they proclaim Christ from all of Scripture.

  • Dennis E. Johnson |
  • September 14, 2009 |
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Christian Cosmetology

Ministry leaders sometimes share characteristics with make-up artists. As such, we need to remember that accentuating the beauty is much better than just hiding the ugly.

Religious Liberty in an Age of Toleration

Religious toleration isn't the same as religious liberty. Rather, it's the Chinese practice of registering, approving, tolerating, and controlling something perceived as dangerous.

Preaching: Demanding Work but Such a Calling

Great preaching, it would appear, has little to do with the size of our talent and everything to do with the size of our God.

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