Neighborhood to the Nations

Are we truly reaching the most desperate sectors of our cities?

Scot McKnight: Reading Romans Backwards

A Gospel of Peace in the Midst of Empire

‘With Whom Did You Dine Last Night?’

In Paul's estimation, the strong and weak should welcome one another as Christ has welcomed them.

Bob Merritt: Done With That

Escape the Struggle of Your Old Life

The Good Thing About Pain

Pain is a signal that something's wrong, and it takes humility, honesty and hard work to address it.

Mark Yarhouse and Olya Zaporozhets: Costly Obedience

What We Can Learn from the Celibate Gay Christian Community

Honoring Singleness

The church needs to be a place of support and familial love for singles—gay or straight, short-term or lifelong.

Don Everts: The Reluctant Witness

Discovering the Delight of Spiritual Conversations

The Cat That’s Got Christians’ Tongues

There's a prominent fear that keeps us silent when we should be speaking up.

Jamie Dunlop: Budgeting for a Healthy Church

Aligning Finances with Biblical Priorities for Ministry
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