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The Case for Having More Children in the Church
While congregations can develop strategies for outreach, what we need to do is have more children. One of the most effective environments for discipleship is the home.
by Brad Roth
The Doxology Project
A Biblical Argument NOT to Preach Verse-by-Verse on Sundays
Proponents of the "sermon series" preaching camp may have a surprising advocate: the Apostle Paul himself.
by Josh Daffern
Are You Asking the Right Questions?
There have been times in my life when experiencing difficult circumstances, I’ve asked, “Why God?”. But is that the right question?
by Kathy Sherwin
Courage for Life
Are You a Modified Christian?
I have noticed a disturbing trend of some starting to consider themselves modified Christians. What is a modified Christian, you ask?
by Timothy Allen
Tim to Get Right
A Paradigm Shift in Christian Theology: What It Means to Say "God...
There is no “hidden God” lurking behind Jesus with a different character, disposition, than the one revealed in the person of Jesus Christ.
Roger E. Olson
Your Suffering Can Be the Pathway to Greater Godliness
Mountain climbers could save time and energy if they reached the summit in a helicopter, but their ultimate purpose is conquest, not efficiency.
by Randy Alcorn
Eternal Perspectives, with Randy Alcorn
Roger E. Olson
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