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Joanne J. Jung: The Lost Discipline of Conversation

Surprising Lessons in Spiritual Formation Drawn from the English Puritans

What Can We Learn About the Spiritual Disciplines From the Puritans?

Far from being the killjoys they are made out to be, the Puritans were in touch with the richness of a full-fledged faith.

Glenn Daman: The Forgotten Church

Why Rural Ministry Matters for Every Church in America

What You Need to Know to Pastor a Rural Church

Pastors of rural churches must be aware of the cultural values and concerns of the community. Here are things to consider.

How Suffering Draws Us Together

The unique bonds that are forged through shared suffering give us the strength to bear its weight together.

The Astonishing Significance of God as ‘Father’

The presentation of God as Father is a pivotal concept in the Sermon on the Mount underscoring our relationship with him.

The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing

Jonathan T. Pennington: A Theological Commentary

Grace Is Greater

Kyle Idleman: God’s Plan to Overcome Your Past, Redeem Your Pain and Rewrite Your Story

Why Is ‘Sin’ the Key to Grace?

Many people have trouble with a God that holds us to a standard of righteousness, but we don't even meet our own standard.
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