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The Sermon Starts in the Parking Lot

Is the message you're sending nonbelievers and visitors to your church consistent?

Learning to Read Theology Charitably

How do we read theology with a generous spirit of love for God and our neighbor?

Chap Clark: Adoptive Church

Creating an Environment Where Emerging Generations Belong

Nurturing Young People

The ways we think about and encourage youth should be aimed at empowering them.

Developing Competencies in Reconciliation

Today's globalized world requires that the church become competent in different areas of reconciliation.

Al Tizon: Whole and Reconciled

Gospel, Church and Mission in a Fractured World

Why Study Moral Leaders From the Past?

Studying the lives of moral leaders from the past can strengthen our ability to discern moral leadership in our own lives.

What Turns a Place Upside Down?

Hearing the Word of God preached is pivotal to the revival and transformation of a community.

Todd A. Wilson: Zealous for Good Works

Mobilizing Your Church for the Good of Your Community
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