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Online Tribalism Threatens Women’s Ministry

From our special issue: reflections on discipleship in a fractured age. Editor’s Note: This article is part of “Change Makers,” our recent CT special issue focused on some of the ways women are influencing the church, their communities, and the world. Show More Summary

Can Leadership Be Learned?

You do not have to be a natural-born leader to become a great leader. Is leadership something we’re born with, or is it something we learn? Yes. Both-and. Some people are born with leadership skills. These people may be more charismatic, more extraverted, more affirming. Show More Summary

Your Cup Over Runs to Help Fill Others

Your Cup Over Runs to Help Fill Others. This over flow is not meant for us to keep or hoard, but to share with others. When we share this overflow, we are blessing other people. The post Your Cup Over Runs to Help Fill Others appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Show More Summary

Wednesday Link List

This is theme to Wednesday’s list, the opening theme to Wednesday’s list. Paul called me up and asked me, ‘Would you write a theme song?’ This is the theme to Wednesday’s list. (I think we’re past the part now that shows up as a preview on Twitter…Did anyone get the reference?) She was a victim […]

The Assault on Religious Freedom is ‘Undeniable’

If it seems to you that attacks on Americans’ religious freedoms continue to grow, you’re right.  A comprehensive new report details the attacks – and documents a 133-percent increase since 2011. The report is titled “Undeniable.” It’s...Show More Summary

Texas Churches Sue Federal Government | Family Policy Briefing

They’re helping Texas families after Hurricane Harvey, but FEMA will not help them. Why? Because of their faith. So now, three churches are going to court. Autumn Leva, our Director of Policy and Communications, explains why churches and other Christian non-profits should be treated the same as anybody else who was impacted by the storm. Show More Summary

No Special Glasses Needed to See the Son

No Special Glasses Needed to See the Son. This is a good church sign from Blue Springs Baptist in Rutledge, TN. It is a good reminder that we can look at the Son without any special glasses like we had to for the solar eclipse or even...Show More Summary

'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

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