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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.

Does it Matter Who Wins the War of Worldviews?

During the National Conference on Christian Apologetics, one statement by Erwin Lutzer got my attention: "God the Father demands perfection... Jesus supplies all God demands."

Where Does He Get Those Wonderful Sermon Illustrations?

"I love to preach and teach, but the hardest part for me is finding just the right story or quote to reinforce what I'm teaching..." If that sounds familiar, click here.

Dinesh D’Souza on What’s So Great About Christianity?

Given the rise of “militant atheism” in America, Albert Mohler recently interviewed author and columnist Dinesh D’Souza about his new book, What’s So Great About Christianity?

The Church Has Left the Building

Too often it seems that professing Christians are more busy doing church rather than being the church to our communities.

A Shocking “Confession” from Willow Creek Community Church

Willow Creek released the results of a study on the effectiveness of their programs and ministry. The report reveals that most of what they have been doing for these many years is producing numbers, but not disciples.

End Times for Evangelicals

A New York Times article places a finger on the pulse of evangelical Christianity regarding the real and growing divide between generations of evangelicals in terms of emphasis, spirit and method.

  • James Emery White |
  • November 02, 2007 |
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The Gathering Gloom of Home Missions

Missionaries carry God's Word to faraway lands, that it might "pierce the darkness." Sadly, the shadows are lengthening here at home.

Why Do We Need Christian Higher Education?

Martin Luther once warned Christians with these words: "I greatly fear that schools for higher learning are wide gates to hell if they do not diligently teach the Holy Scripture and impress them on the young folk."

Is Your Church 'Money Savvy'?

As a pastor or lay leader, your ministry work may keep you so busy that you don’t pay much attention to your church’s finances. But without solid money management, none of that work would be possible.

Making Room for Atheism

John Piper shares thoughts on the supremacy of God in a pluralistic world.

The Witness of a Panicked Pagan

For the Christian, the transforming power of the Gospel is a glorious and exciting prospect. For the unbeliever, seeing it occur around him, it can be downright scary.

Author Calls Christian Leaders to View Pain as Opportunity for Joy

Few people pursue joy in the midst of suffering, yet author Ajith Fernando’s new book asserts that Christian leaders and servants who want to know God more deeply must do just that.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • October 15, 2007 |
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The Culture of Academia: Cutting the Baby in Half

Perhaps the lesson of Solomon is that culture emasculated of its character is dead.

  • Dr. Everett Piper |
  • October 12, 2007 |
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