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POLITICS IS NEVER ENOUGHAaron Earls

Aaron Earls is a consistently solid writer, and this post on how Christians engage politics is no exception.

Solo But Not AloneErin Straza

Living single in a mostly married world is always a challenge.

The Church’s One Foundation—Rebecca Faires

The writers at She Reads Truth are blogging themes from the theology in older hymns.

4 Lies About LoveTony Merida

All we need is love? Not so fast.

Five Common Reasons Church Members Burnout​Thom Rainer

Church member burnout continues to happen all too frequently.

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Church Planting At Thomas Road Baptist Church—An Interview with Jonathan Falwell​

Viewing Black Lives Matter, Part 1​

The Gettys Spearhead Call For a Global Hymn Sing

Exploring Evangelicalism: An Interview With Brian Brodersen of Calvary Chapel—Part 1

Exploring Evangelicalism: An Interview With Brian Brodersen of Calvary Chapel—Part 2

Trend #1 For The Future Of Church Planting—Kingdom Collaboration

Sunday Journeys: Millcreek Community Church in Erie, PA, a Visit to a Church We Planted 20 Years Ago

Religion in America: An Interview With Greg Smith of the Pew Research Center (Part 2)

Church Signs

Makes me wonder when the typocrites go to church.

And everyone who knows a saved curmudgeon said, “Amen!”

They’ve peppered their sign with veggies. Kinda corny if you ask me.

Thanks to Brad Johnson, Josh Hearrin, and Mark Ellison for this …

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