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Michael J. Svigel, Associate Professor of Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, tackles 12 church history myths. ...
Article | Christian Living >
Allison Vesterfelt looks at the myth of the "big break" and how success is never one single moment. ...
Blog Entry | Health >
Fat gets a bad rap after the low-fat fad diets of recent times. Common sense tells us eating any fat makes us “fat”, or simply causes the body to gain weight. However, research in the last decade has debunked this myth over and over again. Simply put, fat is an ...
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
This is a guest post by Nathan Joyce. Nathan is the senior pastor at Heartland Worship Center (www.heartlandworship.com) in Paducah, KY. He received his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in pastoral care and counseling. Follow Him: @heartlandpastor, http://nathanjoyce.wo ...
Blog Entry | Culture >
Ethos have published my latest article on the myth of personal freedom. It also looks at the cult of success that exists in many of our churches. Check out the article here. ...
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
My article at the Catalyst website, which is an excerpt from my upcoming book. The article is in two parts. This is the first part, with the first five myths. The second part should be posted tomorrow or so. ...
Blog Entry | Cause >
Discover some of the eight most common misconceptions of foster care and foster/adoption, and read about the reality behind each. Myth: You don’t have control over or choice of the types of children who get placed in your home whether they are perfectly healthy or have a disability or em ...
Blog Entry | Books >
There are all kinds of wild-eyed theories being spread around the Body of Christ about what happens when a Christian sins. Here are some of the top sin myths Christians believe. Click HERE to subscribe to Brian Jones Uncut, my sermon podcasts through iTunes. ...
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Myth One: Haitians are lazy and are only looking for handouts. Au Contraire: Everywhere I went, I saw people working, walking to or from work, selling wares, gardening, building, cooking, doing. When we had to take some team members to the airport at 5 (gasp) 45 in the morning, it ...
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
The following post was recently published in the Vermilion Standard.We’ve embraced a myth in our culture.  It is a myth that we all wish was true.  In fact, we operate our lives and schedules around this myth in search of its illusive and tempting claim, consequently robbing ou ...