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Why We Urgently Need to Go After the Men in our Congregations

A large proportion of our men cannot give in their relationships what their hearts do not possess. That is why a pastor I know in Texas targets men on purpose.

A Time of Troubles

When a civilization responds to challenges, it grows. Conversely, civilizations decline when their leaders stop responding creatively or with wisdom. Where is our civilization right now?

Serious Minded Christianity for Serious Times

If the church is to be effective in this rapidly changing world, we must understand the times and know what to do.

The Gospel of Judas: The Betrayal of Truth

In the current edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education, the scandal surrounding the "Gospel of Judas" is significantly expanded.

Delivering Ourselves from Evil

One of the more disturbing films of late is Deliver Us from Evil, in which Church hierarchy, with knowledge of a priest's attraction to children and evidence of actual misconduct, harbored him for thirty years.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 30, 2008 |
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Woe to Those Who Preach Not the Gospel

Jeremiah Wright is not the first black preacher to manipulate black church congregations into victimization rather than salvation. Thankfully, the Scriptures are clear about the responsibilities of Christian ministers.

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D. |
  • May 29, 2008 |
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Preaching in a Changing Culture: An Interview with Ron Martoia

After eighteen years as pastor of a church he planted, Ron Martoia's ministry has shifted to that of a "transformational architect," equipping leaders to deal with change.

Open the Door to Conversational Evangelism

Doing evangelism is a very different dynamic in today’s culture than it was twenty-five years ago...

An Evangelical Manifesto: Timely or Timeless?

The unveiling of "An Evangelical Manifesto" has caused no small stir among those whom we might readily identify as the religious right.

Preaching on Homosexuality: Taking the Road Less Traveled

The Christian's task is to radiate God’s love so as to eclipse the artificial love found in homosexuality.

Knowing God: Conditions and Consequences

We need to understand what the promise of the Christian faith is, because at present, there is a certain amount of confusion concerning what Christianity is all about.

Did Jesus Support Capital Punishment?

Many Christians believe that faithfulness to the ministry of Jesus requires them to oppose capital punishment. Is that true?

Sticking Around: Lasting in Youth Ministry, Part II

My tenure at the church I am serving at has resembled a love affair, and I wonder if that isn’t the case with some of you.

Sticking Around: Lasting in Youth Ministry, Part I

Too many youth ministers last two or three years at a church, then move on to the next... and the next...

An Evangelical Response to 'An Evangelical Manifesto'

In the end, I must judge "An Evangelical Manifesto" to be too expansive in terms of public relations and too thin in terms of theology.

  • R. Albert Mohler Jr. |
  • May 14, 2008 |
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Hope for a Christian Renaissance?

Throughout history it has been small groups within societies that have initiated and produced real cultural change.

How One Woman Built a Church that Lasted

Want to change the world? Simple acts of kindness, done in Jesus' name, can do that. Ask Dorcas.

The Witness of Scripture: Work of Men, or Word of God?

The Bible is the account of God’s activity in and beyond time. But is it a trustworthy account? To answer that we need to establish three things...

New Barna Research Describes Use of Technology in Churches

Protestant churches across the nation are using various forms of emerging technology to influence people's lives and enliven their church experience.

The Church Changed, and Nobody Told Us

If our church had made no impact for Christ outside of our membership last year, should we remain content to do the same things this year?

  • Elmer L. Towns, Ed Stetzer, & Warren Bird |
  • May 05, 2008 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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