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Is Modern Christianity Relevant?

There is something about the rain that makes me want to write…a sleeping baby doesn’t hurt either. I’m curled up on the couch in a dark living room listening to the rain hit the window. 910 more words


a postscript to 'what happened to the pentecostal evangel?'

Back on October 17, I posted What happened to the Pentecostal Evangel?, a think piece doing the work the publishers, the Assemblies of God, should have done months ago, but only officially announced in the November 30 issue: the  600 more words


The Dirty Secret of Religious Homeschooling.

There really do seem like two approaches to homeschooling now. In one, parents who are very concerned about the individual needs of their children–or about a lackluster local school district–pull their kids out of school to teach them at home. 2,792 more words


To Black Church Leaders: Please Don't Give Us An Out

Over the past few weeks, like many of you, I have read scores of articles purporting to offer analysis of the issues arising from and relating to the situation coming to be known colloquially as simply “Ferguson.” Many have been unusually insightful and helpful. 1,389 more words


Preaching Workbook (Part 1)

The Preacher


The Noble Task that Humbles

It brings me great joy to see your good desire to pursue the noble task.[1] 2,697 more words


Recommended Reading: November 22-28

If you read one article this week, engage A Moral, Not a Racial, Divide over Ferguson by Dennis Prager.

If you’re got some time to kill between eating leftovers and taking another nap, check out the additional suggestions below. 114 more words