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The Christians Who Annoy Us Are the Christians We Need Most

Why learning from those outside your tribe is essential to the church’s witness.

Josh Duggar of '19 Kids and Counting' Apologizes, Resigns after Reports of Molesting 5 Young Girls

Police investigated sexual assaults in 2006, but no charges were brought against Duggar. TLC pulls program from its lineup.

The Key to Prosperity

It's not knowledge or work ethic, it turns out.

3 Reasons for Christians to Engage in Science

A lot of Christians are nervous about engaging science, but should we be?

Border Crossing: Renting to Churches of Other Cultures Part 2

When pastors consider renting to churches from other cultures, they must examine their motives.

Forgiving Her Sister's Murderer, Face to Face

Attorney Jeanne Bishop has helped thousands of clients make amends for their crimes. Now she’s helping the man who killed her sister make amends for his.
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