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Pagan Christianity

From authors Frank Viola and George Barna, Pagan Christianity is a thought-provoking exploration that uncovers many non-Christian roots in the background of how believers have worshiped for centuries. Read an excerpt.

  • Frank Viola & George Barna |
  • February 08, 2008 |
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Sinner-Sensitive: One Man's Dream of What the Church Should Look Like

"The sinner-sensitive church (SSC) is my proposal for a new church movement toward making everyone feel welcomed and loved."

A Good Soldier

Soldiers will follow men who demonstrate self-sacrifice in harrowing circumstances. That's what Paul had in mind when, at the end of his ministry, he wrote to encourage young pastor Timothy.

Lent 101: Honoring the Sacrifice of Jesus

Lent offers us an opportunity to come to terms with the human condition we may spend the rest of the year running from.

Science and Religion: No Place for God

A breakdown of The National Academy of Sciences' latest publication in support of evolution, which also attempts to bridge a gap by maintaining that acceptance of evolution does not require abandoning belief in God.

  • James Emery White |
  • February 01, 2008 |
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Christianity vs. Jesusanity: The Postmodern Temptation

Classical biblical Christianity is being replaced by "Jesusanity," which focuses on Jesus as either a prophet or a teacher of religious wisdom.

New Guidebook for Pastors Covers All the Bases

What is the most important responsibility of a pastor? How do you attract good staff members? How do you counsel an abusive husband? Two veteran ministers answer these and a host of other questions.

  • Tammi Reed Ledbetter |
  • January 25, 2008 |
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Study to Show Yourself Faithful

The life of the preacher is a life of study, and it has been so from the very beginning.

How Do Professionals Perceive Youth Ministers?

Diplomatic and Tactful – How often do you think those two words are used to describe youth leaders?

Preaching Doctrine with Flavor

Doctrinal sermons tend to sound like Systematic Theology 101, a lecture rather than a message from God. Wouldn't you like to hear a presentation of biblical truth that was like warm, moist brownies instead?

  • Jere L. Phillips |
  • January 17, 2008 |
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Free Church Website Evaluations now Available Online

A new online tool has been released by Internet Evangelism Day, which provides churches with a free 15-page evaluation report.

Transform Your College Campus for Christ

If you invite God’s presence into the lives of others on your campus, you’ll become part of a revolution that can completely transform your college.

For Such a Time as This: The Suffering Church

While Islam is the religion typically associated with the persecution of Christians, it does not have a monopoly on the practice.

Should We Offend: Sharing the Gospel in a Media Driven Culture

As a Christian community we’ve tried entertainment, political power, criticism and boycotts, and yet we find that today, the perception of Christianity is at an all time low.

The Christmas Truce -- Could it Work in our Churches?

Perhaps those of us who celebrate the birth of the Savior could learn a lesson from a World War I Christmas miracle as we engage those who do not share our beliefs and faith in Jesus.

Crucify Your Ministry

Your ministry will change lives only if you crucify your own agenda and invite Jesus to resurrect His plans for your work. Here's how.

Christianity and Islam: How Common is the Ground?

As this column goes to press, hundreds of presumably Muslim protestors in Sudan are shouting for the execution of a British school teacher. Her offense? Insulting Islam because her class of 7-year-olds named a teddy bear Muhammed.

The Golden Compass: Briefing Your Concerned Congregation

Another book/film combo has given Christians a real challenge -- one that will require careful thinking and intellectual engagement, but not fear.

Is the Church Dead?

Mark Twain famously said, "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated." Let's hope the obituary of the local church, written by some, is just as exaggerated.

A Church-Based Hope for 'Adultolescents'

How might we respond to our cultural phenomenon of people putting off maturity? John Piper offers 15 suggestions for the Church.

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