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Easter is this weekend. I hope you've been inviting people like a rabid fool. Don't think of it as just an "event" where we try to get a huge number of people
May the crucified agony of Jesus, endured for you and me, move us to the depths of our being, and may the matchless joy of that first Easter day
Ten years, four churches and millions of cups of Starbucks later [I'm convinced that’s the drug of choice for church workers] I've had a first hand-look at how the church works and I'm convinced we've got some things that drive me crazy that need to change.
We know that most women who have an abortion say they are motivated by worry they cannot afford to raise a baby. If they do not have health insurance, that worry surely increases.Tags Health Care
The gospel is not doing social work, but that does not mean social work is irrelevant to those who embrace the gospel.
A friend emailed a copy of a January 17, 2010 article in The Sun News, a paper out of Myrtle Beach, SC, that trumpeted a Barna survey allegedly showing that ”born again” Christians suffer the highest rates of divorce and atheists/agnostics the lowest.
Since the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the global community has been saturated with carefully nuanced descriptions that explain the Muslim faith to a world that had previously given little attention to this 7th century religion.
This article will give you some tips for passing the next test God sends your way.
We want heroes like Eric Lidell of “Chariots of Fire” fame, who overcame insurmountable odds in athletics and live heroic lives of sacrifice as well. But as we regularly witness in college and professional sports, and, recently, the Olympics these fine, young athletes are too often, unfortunately, not fine young men and women.
Do Christians realize that adoption is truly a special opportunity for believers to affirm and demonstrate the sanctity of life to an unsaved world?
The violent persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt is becoming harder for the free world to ignore.
Every time a disaster happens anywhere in the world some within the Christian community tell us it’s the judgment of God being poured out on sinful people. It has become increasingly difficult for me to think in those terms.
Massive earthquakes in Haiti, persecution in Pakistan, the cataclysmic Tsunamis, Hurricane Katrina and the 9-11 terrorism all stir up a storm of profound questions about the presence of God in the affairs of our human family.Tags Haiti
On behalf of the World Evangelical Alliance and our global family of 420 million Christians, I bring you warm Christmas greetings.
The beloved “Charlie Brown Christmas” special has once again come and gone, but the Great Commission is still before us.1 comments