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Shechem, Part 5: Shechem Redeemed with Cheryl Luke
Holy CuriosityEpisode 5|27min
Shechem, Part 5: Shechem Redeemed with Cheryl Luke
The final episode in the Shechem miniseries encourages and teaches listeners how to process the storyline of Shechem
Must Christians Accept Money Earned Corruptly or Unethically?
Must Christians Accept Money Earned Corruptly or Unethically?
Indonesia ministries and churches navigate accepting donations from means that conflict with biblical ethics.
‘Continue to Remember’ the Suffering in Ukraine
‘Continue to Remember’ the Suffering in Ukraine
Christians should be known for uplifting the afflicted before a distracted world.
Like-Minded, Not Like Me
Like-Minded, Not Like Me
Birds of a feather might flock together, but Christians must flock to Christ.
God Says My Afro Hair Is Very Good
God Says My Afro Hair Is Very Good
An excerpt on identity, hope, and glory from My Divine Natural Hair: Inspiration and Tips to Love and Care for Your Crown.
‘You Have to Be Prepared to Die Before You Can Begin to Live’
Viral JesusEpisode 111|40min
‘You Have to Be Prepared to Die Before You Can Begin to Live’
In 1963, Birmingham was the epicenter of racial injustice—until a movement of pastors, churches, and children disrupted the hate. Journalist Paul Kix says it’s a story he was destined to tell.
He Enzheng: Female Missionary Pioneer in Xinjiang
He Enzheng: Female Missionary Pioneer in Xinjiang
Her faith and sacrifices have inspired many Chinese Christians to devote their lives to mission in the Muslim region.
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Michael Wear’s Solution to Political Captivity
The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 93|47min
Michael Wear’s Solution to Political Captivity
The author and nonprofit founder has hope for a better way.
‘Moral Leadership and Personal Convictions’ with Russell Moore
Where Ya From?Episode 62|54min
‘Moral Leadership and Personal Convictions’ with Russell Moore
Seeking and speaking God’s truth amid the shifting culture.
Doubt Is a Ladder, Not a Home
Doubt Is a Ladder, Not a Home
Churches should welcome questions. That doesn’t require embracing perpetual doubt.