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Aug 2, 2015

Traditionalism is Winning by Jared C. Wilson

As changing views on gay marriage, among others, go to show, secularization marches on. Traditionalists may be on the losing end of historic real estate, at least for now, as well as booed out of the public square for their views on sex. Down the road, though, they still look to possess something else critical.

Aug 1, 2015

Conspiracy Theories and God's Sovereignty by Staff

The facts demonstrate that Christian people who believe and embrace these kinds of theories are in the same boat as atheists, agnostics, and evolutionists. They have thrown God out of the picture as one who has lost control of his world.

Aug 1, 2015

All Things to All People to Win Some by Casey Lewis

Presenting the gospel in a way people can understand doesn’t mean we water down the gospel.

Aug 1, 2015

Being Spectacularly Unspectacular for the Kingdom by Staff

Instead of obsessing about changing the world, what if we just gave ourselves to living in glad obedience to Jesus in the trenches of an ordinary life?

Jul 31, 2015

An Explosion of Joy by Staff

Mission begins with a kind of explosion of joy.

Jul 31, 2015

Brothers, Don't Forget Titus by Justin McLendon

From my perspective, churches in need of revitalization are lacking in three primary areas: godly leadership, generational discipleship, and grace infused works.

Jul 31, 2015

Since God Has Spoken, Let's Listen by J.T. English

One of the great dangers in doing theology is the desire to do all the talking.

Jul 31, 2015

Run Your Race by Keri Seavey

I am running on a trail along a lake. I haven't run (or exercised) in months and so I really have to pace myself. But then she passes me. I don't even know who she is. All I know is she is about my age, she's wearing cute yoga pants and she just passed me.

Jul 30, 2015

John Newton's Pastoral Poem by Staff

It is a bitter sweet,
A sorrow full of joy . . .