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Sarah Ruden’s Rebellion Against Our ‘Just the Facts’ Bibles

How her approach to translation recovers the emotion and artistry of God’s Word. G od spoke. And not just the world, but the Bible too came into existence. Then again, Isaiah, Luke, and Paul also spoke, using human voices and tools to do the work we’ve come to expect words to do. Show More Summary

What is Christ Together Network and How Does It Work to Saturate a City?

The Directional Team of Christ Together Network talks “God's Gospel Saturation.” Ed: Scott, what is Christ Together? What are you trying to accomplish? Scott Chapman: Christ Together is a network of local churches that band together to reach every man, woman, and child in their city with the Gospel. Show More Summary

Wednesday Link List

If it turns out this week’s list is shorter than most, keep in mind that on Saturday we had a Weekend Link List. Above: Church Meme Committee. Below: Mike Morgan’s long running comic, For Heaven’s Sake. (click images to link.) Roma Downey has produced a documentary on the situation in Syria, in particular the Christian […]

Kansas Governor Shows What it Means to be Pro-Life | Family Policy Briefing

Gov. Sam Brownback has signed 18 pro-life bills covering a broad range of issues that all go toward protecting pre-born babies. Paul Weber, president of Family Policy Alliance, asks him how to stand strong in the face of adversarial courts. Show More Summary

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Letting the Other Person Win

In my younger days I attended a College-and-Career Bible study where the topic for the evening was deferring to others. Note I did not say preferring others. I’ve heard that sermon many times. Holding the door open for the other person. Letting the person cut in front of you in line at the bank. That […]

Evangelism is a Four Letter Word

Evangelism isn’t what it used to be and is uncertain of what it should be. I get it. Culture is changing rapidly and radically. The methods we have used successfully for decades have become ineffective, even counter-productive. Heaven? Spiritual laws? Bible verses? These no longer spark spiritual interest. Show More Summary

Drone Dilemma: Can Aid Groups Use a Military Symbol?

Drones can help humanitarian efforts, but they come with baggage. Experts weigh in. If someone gets ill in Contanama, Peru—a remote village in the Amazon rainforest—the nearest pharmacy is 50 miles away. The journey takes six hours by road. Show More Summary

In ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,’ Big Questions Take a Backseat to Punchlines

While the high-spirited superhero sequel brings back the laughs, it occasionally loses sight of its own cosmic ideas. This article contains potential spoilers for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Near the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. Show More Summary

Interview: Jesus, the Frybread of Life

How Native Intervarsity is helping college students follow Christ and honor tradition. Megan Murdock Krischke helped launch and grow Native Intervarsity for more than ten years, but, as a bi-cultural woman, it took her time to embrace her own identity as a Native American. Show More Summary

Unlimited Atonement

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The Unstuck Church - Tony Morgan

My friend Tony Morgan has a brand new book releasing on the 16th May -The Unstuck Church.Here is what a few well-known Pastors had to say about it:“Your church is perfectly designed to get the results you are currently getting. If you’re satisfied with the results, write a book. Show More Summary

A Golden Age of Christian Blogging

Blogging introduces you to a worldwide collective of people you will probably never meet in this life.   Nonetheless, the online connection means that you can be a source of encouragement to many, many people. The right words, fitly spoken at the right time, can really make a difference in a person’s life.  That’s why I […]

Teams in Mission: Are They Worth It? (Part Two)

TEAM missionaries research teamwork. Read Teams in Mission: Are They Worth It?, Part One (Disappointments with the Team; Restoring the Team). Be a Real Team In global missions practice, team is a nebulous and often misused term. Lewis...Show More Summary

To the Daughters and Sons: Advice for Mother’s Day 2018

  In a world where people are ditching their telephone land lines for sole use of their mobile/cell phones, I also recognize that snail mail is become increasingly rare. I picture parents in 20 years explaining to their children that the term mailbox was derived from the existence of actual physical boxes. Nonetheless, mail still […]

-USA: 81 Percent of Americans Concerned About Declining Moral Behavior

According to research conducted by LifeWay, 81% of Americans are concerned about the declining moral behavior in the country. Here’s the story from the Christian Post: The Nashville-based Christian polling group’s survey, released Tuesday, found that 81 percent of Americans either agree or strongly agree with the statement: "I am concerned about declining moral behavior […]

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