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Paul Carter writes about the word “evangelical” and our increasing reticence to be described that way.
Well isn’t this fascinating: city raccoons are smarter than country raccoons because they have to reason their way through more complex challenges.
Jonathan Leeman provides 18 different things you can pray for your church.
I’m looking forward to this series from Melissa Edgington as she discusses some of the difficult parts of marriage. The first part gets the series off to a good start.
David Qaoud has collected writing tips from 5 of today’s most influential Christian writers.
This Day in 1968. 48 years ago today, civil rights leader and Baptist minister Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. *
This is an interesting timeline and article from the New York Times as they tell how they responded in the first 12 hours after the recent bombings in Brussels.
Jemar Tisby shows that the simple discipline of reading and knowing your Bible works itself out in your life in many different ways.
A preacher’s life should be a commentary of his doctrine; his practice should be a counterpart of his sermons. —Thomas Brooks