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The Christian Church was Spoken Against Everywhere

Can the gospel spread, and thousands be converted, and churches grow, and love abound where Christianity is continually spoken against?

'Is Religion a Barrier to HIV Prevention?'

One minister reflects on how the church is doing in its efforts to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS from the 17th International AIDS Conference in Mexico City.


Atheism Remix

You know about traditional atheism – now, its contemporary strain is more popular and widely respected than ever. In Atheism Remix, Dr. Albert Mohler explores the “New Atheism” and its major thinkers.

The Cure

The Church is busy sending out missionaries and dealing with the culture at home, but is the heart of the gospel lost in the busyness? Medical missionary Harry Kraus says it’s time for the church to reemphasize the "main thing" - and that "main thing" is love.

Membership Up, Giving Down: What's the Heart of the Problem?

Biblical giving is not grounded in a focus on oneself. Giving that honors God is motivated by a desire to see Him glorified.

Dawkins, Darwin, and the Battle of Worldviews

The London Times is out with an article headline that reads, "Dawkins Slaps Creationists into the Primordial Soup." One reporter has even called him a "knight of the mind." Now that grabs your attention.

Transcending 'Young' and 'Old': Intergenerational Youth Ministry & the Solution to Volunteers

"Intergenerational youth ministry" may sound like an oxymoron, but think about it - what can be more normal than other generations being a part of ministry to young people?

  • Dr. Steve Vandegriff |
  • July 23, 2008 |
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Five Stages of Church Woundedness

Three Things the New Pastor Wants Most

The more I reflected on it, the more I realized any pastor coming into a new church would give a month's salary for these three gifts.

Francis Schaeffer

Francis Schaeffer was a small man whose giant passion for truth, for reality, for God, and for the needs of people made him a key shaper of modern Christianity, larger than any label put on him. This new, comprehensive biograph illuminates the complex person and vivid teaching that made the man.

Hardest Hit: Pastor's Sons

What is a Healthy Church Member?

Bottom line, for Christians, playing an active part in the local church is not optional. God intends for every believer to contribute to the mission of the local church and experience profound spiritual growth as a result.

The Questionable Authority of Archaeology

Christians are understandably interested in the archaeology of the lands of the Bible. After all, ours is a faith that makes historical claims ...

Finding Your Own Strength Zone

Former all-star baseball catcher Jim Sundberg advised, "Discover your uniqueness, then discipline yourself to develop it." Good advice for those in vocational ministry, too.

Is the 21st Century Church Grounded, Gazing, or Greatly Empowered?

If the 21st Century Church is going to transform the culture we have to leave the building. We must go where the people are, build a bridge of fellowship, and demonstrate the love of Christ even as we gently warn.

On Church Leadership

Mark Driscoll knows something about church leadership. Writing out of his personal experience and biblical conviction, the pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle examines six important areas of church leadership, boiling down the big concepts behind church leadership into this practical little book.

From Political Pessimism to Gospel Hope

I am amazed at the level of pessimism among so many Christians that I encounter. Is it a product of too much reliance on politics?

Not the Religious Type

As an atheist, Dave Schmelzer never thought of himself as the religious type. And he still doesn't, even though he now believes in God and leads a large Boston church in the shadow of some of the nation's most impressive universities. Read more of his thoughts in Not the Religious Type.

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