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  • Put Not Your Trust in Credentials
    Chris Arnade’s moving account of “back-row America” made me reconsider my own definition of success. A Pharisee and a tax collector enter the local temple to pray. The Pharisee begins by thanking God that he is not a murderer, thief, adulterer, or (while peeking between clasped hands at the other parishioners) like that tax collector. […]
    Collin Huber
  • Southwestern Distances Itself from Paige Patterson in Sex Abuse Lawsuit
    He was the face of Southern Baptist seminary. Now the school keeps taking steps to separate from his legacy. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s response to a lawsuit alleging the school failed to protect a female student against sexual assault has spotlighted ongoing tension between the seminary and its former president, Paige Patterson, who also is […]
    David Roach
  • Ministering to International Students
    God has chosen this moment to bring hundreds of thousands of international students to our shores. We have a great opportunity here in North America for ministry—one that, I suspect, few followers of Christ have ever considered: ministry to and among international students. Right now, in the United States and Canada, there are about 1.8 […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • My High School Classmates’ Obituaries Taught Me to Love Them
    Honoring the deceased can shape even those who didn't know them. This year was a big anniversary for my high school class, as it’s been 40 years since we graduated from Traverse City Senior High School in northern Michigan. For our July reunion, I agreed to create a memorial honoring our classmates who have died […]
    Ed Stych
  • Babel and More Speaking in Tongues
    There are hopeful implications embedded in this Old Testament story. The Old Testament story of the Tower of Babel is one that many of us often overlook in terms of its implications on the life of the church. Honestly, for those of us reading the Bible in our modern context today, the storyline itself can […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • The Critical Connection Between Context and Culture
    Here are a few factors that make leaders effective at shaping the right culture for an organization. I’ve started churches, served more established congregations, and been the vice president of a half-a-billion-dollar company. Now, I am privileged to lead the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College. In my roles, I have seen leaders who overwhelmingly […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • Should Environmental Concerns Be a Major Priority for a Christian Business Owner?
    Experts weigh in from the Lausanne Movement’s Global Workplace Forum. This summer, the Lausanne Movement gathered more than 700 Christian leaders from 109 nations in Manila for its Global Workplace Forum. Among the many topics discussed was where creation care should rank among other Christian concerns like evangelism and discipleship. Should environmental concerns be a […]
    Compiled by Jeremy Weber
  • Methodists Cancel Plans for First Big Meeting Outside US
    The UMC has decided to relocate its 2024 General Conference from Manila, Philippines. The United Methodist Church has scrapped plans for its first General Conference meeting outside the United States. The global denomination had been planning to hold the 2024 meeting of its decision-making body in Manila, capital of the Philippines. But plans for a […]
    Emily McFarlan Miller – Religion News Service
  • Bibles Escape Trump’s Tariff Fight with China
    America’s Christian publishers no longer have to render to Caesar an extra 10 percent. The Good Book got good news from the Trump administration today: America’s Bibles—most of which are printed in China and imported to the United States—are now exempt from the burgeoning trade war between the two nations. With a 10-percent hike on […]
    Jeremy Weber
  • How Devotional Poetry Unlocks the Bible's Surprises
    A new anthology helps us see the “saints and stumblers” of Scripture with fresh eyes. During Sunday worship at my Anglican church, a lector reads aloud from the Old Testament, the Psalms, and the Epistles. The climactic moment occurs when a priest carries the Bible above his head from the altar to the nave, where […]
    Christopher Benson
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