Who really created the border crisis?

Mike Greer

There’s plenty of blame to go around.

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The taller I become …

Greg and Helms Jarrell

Everywhere racial barriers are being built higher. But in our neighborhood, we are raising up giants.

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When government spies on religion

Aaron Weaver

Congregants are afraid to participate in religious activities because of informants — in America.

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A case for hopefulness

Joseph Phelps

Look for the sacred trajectory. It’s there.

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Comic-Con International day four: Conversations

Michael Parnell

God is at work in the popular culture.

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A proper starting place

Jonathan Waits

The initial question in the debate over homosexuality must be, is it sin?

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Comic-Con International day three: ‘Be excellent to each other’

Michael Parnell

Unexpectedly, a sense of koinonia.

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Comic-Con International day two: ‘God is disappointed in you’

Michael Parnell

A book aimed at popular culture opens the door to dialogue.

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A Gospel story, a preacher and two governors

Chuck Queen

Sometimes doing the right thing is doing the compassionate thing, even when you know you don’t have what it takes.

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Church shouldn’t be entitled to Sunday

Seth Vopat

Entitlement becomes a crutch which hinders us from giving God and our community our best.

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I don’t think you know what that means

Eric Minton

Church is not about the music, speaking, building, programming or overall functioning of the organization.

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Comic-Con International day one: The day of greed

Michael Parnell

“Exclusives” draw fans to the kickoff of the nation’s largest convention dedicated to comics and other popular art forms.

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Does your congregation need a ‘church search committee’?

Marion D. Aldridge

Identifying where a church wants to go is essential before it calls a pastor.

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Owning up to our flaws

Mark Wingfield

There’s a problem with the simplistic worldview that American evangelicalism has spawned.

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What are we going to do about all those children?

Marv Knox

The border crisis is so catastrophic, we overlook a simple factor: We’re talking about the most vulnerable group in this hemisphere.

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