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Your Neighbors (Probably) Don’t Hate You
Your Neighbors (Probably) Don’t Hate You
They might not even know you’re there. When paranoia eclipses our witness, here’s what to remember.
Chuck Swindoll Steps Down as Senior Pastor, but Won’t Retire
Chuck Swindoll Steps Down as Senior Pastor, but Won’t Retire
At 89 years old and more than 60 years into ministry, the Stonebriar Community Church founder plans to remain its primary preacher after the church names his successor.
More Porridge? Senegal Protestants Debate Exchanging Holiday Foods with Muslims
More Porridge? Senegal Protestants Debate Exchanging Holiday Foods with Muslims
Ngalakh combines baobab fruit and peanuts to end Easter in West African nation, reciprocated by the sharing of meat breaking Ramadan’s fast.
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The Sentence from C.S. Lewis That Could Change Your Life
The Sentence from C.S. Lewis That Could Change Your Life
Aslan is fictional, but the real Lion of Judah reminds us that we’re forgiven.
How a Chinese-Born Research Scientist Became a Daring Online Evangelist
How a Chinese-Born Research Scientist Became a Daring Online Evangelist
CT’s outgoing Asia editor recalls how God led him to America, toward the Christian faith, onto the internet, and outward to serve the global Chinese church.
The Church Loses When Our Arts Communities Die
The Church Loses When Our Arts Communities Die
Christian writers and artists need communities of like-minded creatives so we can best serve both the church and the world.
The Book of Job Gives Us Good News for an Unfair World
The Book of Job Gives Us Good News for an Unfair World
The book reminds us that life is unjust, but so is the gospel of God’s grace.
Global Methodists Want to Check Bishops
Global Methodists Want to Check Bishops
Ahead of the first general conference, the new denomination is weighing possible limits on leaders.
Would Jesus Overturn Your Board Table?
Would Jesus Overturn Your Board Table?
I served on the RZIM board. Christians in many leadership roles can learn from my failures.
Died: Joseph Kayo, the Kenyan Leader Who Revolutionized Worship in East Africa
Died: Joseph Kayo, the Kenyan Leader Who Revolutionized Worship in East Africa
His Pentecostalism put him at odds with many but the Deliverance Church founder stood firm in his convictions “to bring back the glory of God back to the Church in these last days.”

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