Amy E. Black: Seeking a More Perfect Union—Part 1

Amy Black, a political science professor at Wheaton College, is an advocate for civil dialogue about American politics.

Amy E. Black: Politics and the Church—Part 2

There are some troubling signs of deepening division in our public discourse, but there is hope in the kingdom of God.

Ron Hutchcraft: Rescuing the Person Outside the Walls

Ron Hutchcraft has created a legacy of seeking the people most in need of spiritual rescue.

Kevin Harney: Learning to Say No

A good leader knows how to strategically say no to good things in order to embrace the best.

Erwin McManus: The Peaceable Warrior—Part 1

Greatness always lies on the other side of our pain.

Erwin McManus: Greatness Lies on the Other Side of Pain—Part 2

Christianity is a place of unconditional love that also never lets us remain anything less than what we were created to be.

Patrick Johnstone: Thinking Biblically About Immigration

The flood of refugees is only going to continue. How will the church respond?

John C. Maxwell: Lead With Courage

Here are a few steps that will help you become a transformational leader.

Nick Hall: Putting Christ at the Pulse of the Next Generation

The church must better utilize the gifts of evangelists if we are to reach our post-Christian culture.

Francis Chan: A Little Wilder—Part 1

It's time to rethink the consumer church model.
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