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Water Works: Why Baptism Is Essential

Some churches say Baptism is optional, but the New Testament teaches it is integral to the life of faith.

Pope Francis Apologizes for Pentecostal Persecution, But Italy's Evangelicals Remain Wary

A 'near totality' warn U.S. evangelicals (and others) against becoming too friendly with the Catholic Church.

Another 'Stained Glass Ceiling' Shatters: CCCU Picks First Female President

Calvin College leader brings legal savvy to the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.

Introducing EvangelVision: A New Resource from Wheaton College

EvangelVision is a helpful resource for the both the veteran and the anxious evangelist.

Water Works: Why Baptism Is Essential

Some churches say Baptism is optional, but the New Testament teaches it is integral to the life of faith.

Hey, Christian Youth: It Gets Better

Why have the perks of faithful adulthood become our best-kept secret?
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