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Blog Entry | Collegiate >
Leading is a challenge. Leading in the midst of division is all the more so. But I'm confident that it can be done. As our nation begins to settle into the reality of last night's election, and the direction of our country for the next four years, there are some
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Luke 12:49-53 (NKJV) reads: “I came to send fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled! But I have a baptism to be baptized with, and how distressed I am till it is accomplished! Do you suppose that I came to give peace on earth? I
Blog Entry | Bible Study >
It amazes me how many different denominations of the church there are.  I’m not so much amazed by the differences in “this doctrine or that” nor “this practice or that” because for the majority the core parts of the bible … Continue reading →
Article | Christian Living >
Instead of dividing, try uniting.
Article | News >
What does it take to produce the first-ever papal high-five? A meeting with American televangelists, apparently.
Article | News Commentary >
Science is all but useless in arguments about personhood. Because almost everyone who takes a position does so on the basis of religious belief.
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Toss out the party and ideology labels—Republican, Democrat, conservative, liberal. The Pew Research Center’s new survey, “Beyond Red vs. Blue: The Political Typology,” finds no sharp lines dividing people by their views on politics, faith, family, and the role and limits of gove …
Article | Church Leadership >
Mark Miller explains how to better organize and prioritize on an organizational level.
Article | Women >
Dealing with unlovely people isn't the easiest. But Jen Avellaneda, with Missional Women, gives 10 tools to deal with the difficulty.
Article | Film >
Kenneth R. Morefield reviews the Christian comedy movie "Moms' Night Out," a film that caught him off-guard for being genuinely funny though a bit "culturally and theologically shallow."