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Church Leaders Preparing the Church for Trying Times

A look at some of the challenges we're facing and ways that elders and deacons can help their congregations prepare for them.

Competent to Rule: Qualifications of Church Leadership

Good government isn't a given. Not in the state, and not in the church.

Pastor Answers Call to Free Innocent Prisoners

The Rev. Jim McCloskey has been laboring nearly 30 years to exonerate innocent prisoners. He recently hosted a gathering in his yard to celebrate seven men released from jail in the past two years.

Islam, Secularism and the Gospel

While Britons may think of America as its juvenile and impetuous offspring, Great Britain has surely become our senile grandmother...

The Worst Sin of All: The Sin of the Lawyers

Preachers today may be a little queasy talking about sin. It sounds so negative. And most of us assign our own heirarchy to sin. But Jesus talked about it all the time, and not in couched words.

Maher's Religulous Mocks True Religion by Twisting Truth

I'll be blunt -- I hated all 101 minutes of it, but I believe that all serious-minded Evangelical believers should see this film (without paying to do so).

Total Church: A Radical Reshaping around Gospel and Community

Church is not a meeting you attend or a place you enter. It’s an identity that shapes the whole of life so that life and mission become ‘total church.'

  • Tim Chester and Steve Timmis |
  • October 03, 2008 |
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Should Christians Argue Politics?

Our political and social policies should grow out of our theology, not vice versa. We are not to reverse engineer our theology based upon our political and social agendas. Our faith is foundational to everything else.

Christianity and Islam: Two Worldviews and Why They Matter

The Islamic worldview fails to correspond with reality at every point. Why does this matter? And, what is the Christian response?

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 30, 2008 |
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Should Pastors Endorse Candidates from the Pulpit?

Some people think pastors should endorse candidates from the pulpit. That doesn't strike me as a good idea, and here's why.

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • September 29, 2008 |
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Homosexuality: Can I Blame my Genes?

For those of us in ministry, what is the truth about homosexuality and other moral failure?

  • Julie Ferwerda |
  • September 26, 2008 |
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Furthering Christ's Ministry in a Divided World

While He is gone, what are we—His bride—to be doing with our time? We are to be continuing the ministry of reconciliation that Jesus began while He was here, calling people out of the culture of death into the assurance of eternal life...

Caught in the Crossfire: How to Deal with Mean Girls

Every girl has at least one female nemesis in life. Mean girls exist everywhere, and the church is not exempt. Here are some steps I have taken to deal successfully with mean girls in my 16 years of youth ministry.

  • Caroline Vandenbree |
  • September 23, 2008 |
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Sexual Addiction: Ministry and Misdiagnosis

Families affected by sexual addiction are a growing demographic. This is a problem too big to ignore and too delicate to address without a deeper knowledge of the problem. Here are six of the most widely held misconceptions...

America’s Definition: What is an Evangelical?

In a new report, Ellison Research found that 36 percent of all adult Americans say they have “no idea” what characterizes an evangelical. Even self-described evangelicals also had trouble coming up with a definition.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • September 15, 2008 |
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Modern Parables: A New Approach to Kingdom Theology

Through Modern Parables, Thomas Purifoy uses film to bring modern contextualization to Jesus’ words. He hopes these “sometimes radical” accounts will cause people to investigate the implications of the stories for their lives.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 10, 2008 |
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A Woman Can Lead a Nation, But Not a Church?

Over at "On Faith," a debate is raging over this question: Is it hypocritical to think that a woman can lead a nation and not a congregation? That question has unleashed a torrent of response.

The Greek, the Latin, and the Hebrew

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 04, 2008 |
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