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Interview: Sanya Richards-Ross: My Abortion Broke Me; God Redeemed Me

The Olympic gold medalist opens up about faith, failure, and grace. Sanya Richards-Ross won Olympic Gold medals in 2004, 2008, and 2012 and was considered the best 400-meter female runner for over a decade. Her latest book, Chasing Grace:...Show More Summary

Perseverance of the Saints

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Happy Father’s Day

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The BGC Gospel Life Podcast (Ep. 19)

Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus. Episode Nineteen | Developing a Spirit of Acceptance When We Reach Out to the Unchurched Rick Richardson, Professor at Wheaton College and head of academic programs and research at the Billy Graham Center, shares a story of a recent evangelism encounter. Show More Summary

Saving Your Ministry Before You Lose It

A wise leader does not wait for God to send a messenger to uncover his or her sin. He spoke only a few words and I knew something was wrong…desperately wrong. When my phone rang and I saw who it was, I was happy. Ken (not his real name) was a faithful friend and pastor of a local church in our community. Show More Summary

Should Churches Keep Their Civil War Landmarks?

How historic congregations grapple with Confederate legacy. Since Dylann Roof, a rebel flag-waving white supremacist, opened fire at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal in Charleston two years ago, the debate over historical markersShow More Summary

Effective Partnering: The Church and Cross-Cultural Worker On-Task Together

A good church-field partnership takes work and lots of communication. Everyone agrees that we must work together to accomplish the task of Matthew 28:19-20 so that we may move closer to the end goal found in Matthew 24:14. Furthermore,...Show More Summary

Two by Two, Door to Door

Winston was deep into a dream about a summer camp he attended as a child, when he was awakened by the doorbell. The alarm clock said exactly 9:00 AM. He grabbed his dressing gown and thought the camp might be fun to track down when he retired in five months. Looking through the security peephole […]

The Rainy Season

Whenever I would visit Southern California, even though the weather was somewhat consistent for twelve months, there was still a sense of the succession of the seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. When we were in Cuba, in speaking with the locals, there was clearly no such differentiation. There is the dry season, and there is […]

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