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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.

Equipping and Encouraging Everyday Missionaries

Most of the work of the church is done outside its walls, church leaders should primarily be facilitating that work.

Cross-Cultural: 14th Annual Outreach Resources of the Year

Marvin J. Newell: Biblical Principles for Mission Practice

Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Graham Hill: Healing Our Broken Humanity

Practices for Revitalizing the Church and Renewing the World

13th Annual Outreach Resources of the Year

The best resources from apologetics to social justice, culture to relationships, leadership to children and youth—2015

Why We Can’t Ignore the Past

No matter our individual intentions, the past informs the way we relate with other ethnicities today.

To Alter Your World

Partnering with God to Rebirth Our Communities

Shattering the Stained Glass Ceiling: Trust God’s Plans for You

"A mature personality has a solid sense of self, which is anchored in a strong foundation of self-worth."

How Should We Respond to Globalization?

The world is changing fast. Are we being mindful about whether the world is looking more like God intended?

Celebrating Unsung Heroes

When my mother died, there were many strong women who stepped up to support me throughout my life.
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