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Where Are the Female Christian Rappers?

As more women top the charts, their Christian counterparts struggle to break through.

One of Largest Christian Colleges Decides Divorcing President Can Keep His Job

Alma mater of Ebola doctor Kent Brantly believes in 'covenant of marriage' but also 'power of grace.'

Nine Current Mars Hill Pastors Tell Mark Driscoll To Step Down from All Ministry

(UPDATED) While megachurch's rules 'greatly restrict our authority, we believe we must act like elders none-the-less,' write 9 of 65 pastors.

Revisiting the Fundamentals and the Importance of Assessment

Self-assessment can be difficult, but self-awareness is too important to ignore.

The Oldest Story: Broadchurch and True Detective

Sometimes I'm not at fault, but I'm still part of the problem.

Thursday is for Thinkers: "It's Time to Listen: Kingdom Cooperation," a guest post by Brett Fuller

Pastor Brett Fuller stops by the blog to share how his multi-ethnic church works together for the Kingdom.
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