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  • An Indictment Against America: Can You Handle the Truth?

    Shane Idleman

    The truth is always hard to hear but it must be heard. Take, for example, the stories of sex-trafficking thousands of children in Asia as young as six (and younger) to be temple prostitutes.

  • How to Avoid Being Scammed When Donating to Christian Charities Overseas

    Dan Busby, president of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), is included on the list of The NonProfit Times'

    As the world faces the largest refugee crisis since World War II (UNHCR), 51 million men, women and children—many of them Christians—are in desperate need of help. While Christians around the world are ready to provide spiritual, physical and emotional aid, these efforts are being hindered by ongoing global financial turmoil and a public distrust of governments, corporations and NGOs resulting from widespread financial scandal.

  • Why Does God Allow So Much Suffering?

    dan delzell opinion page

    All of us tend to wonder about suffering on a "macro level," as well as a "micro level." On the macro level, "Why does God allow so much suffering in the world?" And on the micro level, "Why did God allow such a painful situation to enter my life, or the life of my loved one?"

  • Infanticide: The Fruit of Abortion's Poisonous Tree

    Ken Connor

    Presidential candidate Rand Paul made headlines last week by turning the rhetorical tables on Progressives on the issue of abortion.

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  • Dear Churches in America: Prepare to Be Treated Like 1st Century Christians in Rome

    We have reached the stage of vilification – conservative Christians are now regarded by the consensus establishments as the villains in "transformed" America. The Supreme Court may well take us to the criminalization stage.

  • To My Gay Brothers and Sisters: God Wants to Give You Something Better Than a Homosexual Lifestyle

    To the gay or lesbian person perhaps begrudgingly reading this blog, I get it. I understand why you may be hesitant to look into Christianity because you doubt you could ever be able to feel legitimate, unforced, naturally flowing heterosexual desire for someone of the opposite gender.

  • The Terrible Failure of the Secular Gospel

    Almost 20 years ago, the journal First Things published an article by a famous German theologian named Wolfhart Pannenberg titled "How to Think About Secularism."

  • God Goes to Harvard

    A bastion of liberal secular education, Harvard University is certainly not the most open environment to Christian faith and values. The same is said of Yale, Dartmouth, and Princeton. Still, God is working within Harvard University and America's Ivy League universities.

  • ISIS Slaughters Ethiopian Christians, Vows to Slaughter Western Christians

    Approximately two months after the Islamic State published a video depicting its members slaughtering 21 Coptic Christians in Libya, on Sunday, April 19, the Islamic jihadi organization released another video of more Christians in Libya being massacred, this time for not paying jizya—extortion money demanded of the "People of the Book" according to Koran 9:29.

  • 7 Reasons Why Christian Leaders (and Christians) Fall

    Recently, two of my heroes have fallen from grace, and some of my friends in pastoral ministry have taken detours in their destiny as well. Moral failings among leaders are becoming an epidemic.

  • Former Mars Hill Church Executive Pastor and Elder Shares All: Big Mistake of ResultSource (Pt. 1)

    Romans 8:28 is clear that God uses everything in our lives for our good and his glory. Again by the grace of God, the story of Mars Hill presents many lessons to be learned that I pray might help others. One of the biggest mistakes of Mars Hill Church was using a company called ResultSource. It deserves to be a business school case some day, but for right now, let's focus on the leadership lessons.