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'It' Is Big-Budget Horror with a Surprising Amount of Heart

The latest Stephen King adaptation’s success has more to do with the friendship it celebrates than the scares it delivers.  An R-rated film about a demonic shape-shifter that satisfies its appetite for children by taking on the guise...Show More Summary

The Cautionary Tale of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker

Their sins and scandals were extreme, but it’s too easy to dismiss them as an aberration. T he apostle Paul considered himself the “chief of sinners,” but then again, he never met Jim Bakker. The latter’s ministry got off to an innocent enough start. Show More Summary

Of Old Testament Haircuts and New Testament Head Coverings

How Scripture records God consistently defending the humanity and dignity of women against sexual violence and exploitation. A re women human? Dorothy Sayers asked the question in a series of essays published in the early 20th century. Show More Summary

Sobering Stroll

Ruth wasn’t feeling like cooking last night so we grabbed our coupons and headed off to Subway®. We then walked to see what was being built at the other end of the retail complex, and then looking across the road I noticed a cemetery. I have bicycled through it when the kids were young, but […]

Go Where The Humans Are: What One Movement’s Small Town Task Force Has Learned So Far

If there are humans in small towns, then they need churches. “Is Vineyard committed to planting churches in small town America?” Five years later, I still can’t believe I asked the question. It was directed to Michael Gatlin, national coordinator of Multiply Vineyard, Vineyard’s church planting arm. Show More Summary

When Disasters Bring Out the Best in Our Gospel Witness

Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus. Episode 32: When Disasters Bring Out the Best in Our Gospel Witness Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Billy Graham Center, talks about the role of people of faith during times of natural disasters. Show More Summary

The World Will Not End September 23

The World Will Not End September 23. The Bible tells us no man knows the hour! So when we hear about these predicted dates, we can know they are a lie from the devil! However, we still must live as if Christ was to come this second! He will come like a thief in the night, unexpected... Show More Summary

Has Christian Psychology Lost Its Place at Southern Seminary?

President Albert Mohler speaks to CT about the controversy over a longtime professor’s departure. Eric Johnson is a leading Christian psychology professor and a 17-year veteran at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Students praise...Show More Summary

Six Ways to Inspire Confident, Contagious Faith in Your Kids

How do we help children and teens contend with the big questions? An apologist offers her take. Last year in an interview with CT, first-time Olympian and gold medalist swimmer Maya DiRado reported that when she started “questioningShow More Summary

135 blog post ideas for Christian blogs

135 blog post ideas for Christian blogs. Stuck at what you want to blog about? Maybe these blog post ideas will help you come up with a new blog post or more. How about 135 or more new blog post just based on this list. #BlogPostIdeas The...Show More Summary

One on One with Jamie Aten on the New MA in Humanitarian & Disaster Leadership Program at Wheaton College

New master's degree seeks to prepare the next generation of humanitarian and disaster professionals. After much planning and preparation, Wheaton College has just launched the first-of-its-kind MA in Humanitarian & Disaster Leadership Program. Show More Summary

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