Growth

By Mark Galli

What is assumed in this entire discussion inLove Winsis that the human will is free, autonomous, and able to choose between alternatives. The discussion assumes that the will is not fallen,...

By Scott Bessenecker

I possess enough privilege and enough power to relegate privilege and power to a discussion I can examine privilege from a clinical perspective Dissect it, measure it, or indulge it I even...

By Paul Borthwick

The challenges and opportunities facing the global church can be grouped into nine greats. I hope that you'll read something here that you did not already know, and I hope that, as a follower...

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By Jordan Kologe

Maybe fundraising is second nature for you, but fundraising can bring up a lot of insecurity for me. It has a way of transporting me back to feeling like an undersized middle-schooler—awkward...

By Burton Miller

In 2006 I made a one-year commitment to not purchase any clothing items that were manufactured outside the United States so I could ensure that I wouldn't support sweatshop labor. I remember...

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By Jack Voelkel

Matt asked: Hey Jack, I am a college student and I have the opportunity to spend six weeks on the mission field in Bella Union, Peru this summer. From your experience, how would you advise me...

By Jack Voelkel

Cody asked: Hi Jack! Thanks for answering all our questions. I have an opportunity to work with Syrian refugees for 6 - 12 months with a secular non-profit. God has given me a burden for...

By Tyler Wigg-Stevenson

The nineteenth-century philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach theorized that we make our own gods by worshiping a projection of ourselves. This, he said, is why god is so powerful. Feuerbach was wrong...

By Dale Losch

The world is not transformed by making a superficial difference in many lives, but by making a profound difference in a few. Real, lasting life-change takes place not at the macro-level, but at...

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By Crystal Fryer

I first learned about unconditional love, acceptance, and identity not from Christians, but from gay people. Alternatively, the first things I distinctly remember learning from Christians were that God hated me, that my family was an abomination, and that we were going to hell.

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