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How to Love Your Ideological Enemy
If hospitality is a model for discipleship, then we need both open doors and clear boundaries. #AmplifyWomen is a two-month-long series running on CT Women, designed to generate a new conversation about women’s leadership and discipleship. Last week we heard from Sharon Hodde Miller on how...
Is the Common Cup Still Relevant Today?
The Roman formula is for the faithful to receive the bread and for the priest to drink the wine. I sat in the church where Martin Luther preached some 2,000 sermons, imagining the impact his short life had on the world. Sitting in a pew, taking in the sights of The Town Church (Stadtkirche) of...
Finding a spokesperson for persecuted Christians
USA (MNN) -- Pew Research Center reports that 74 percent of the world’s population lives in countries that restrict, persecute, and show outright hostility towards religious groups. Numbers like these pushed Senators James Lankford and Chris Coons to introduce a resolution stating that...
Gospel translation for Thai Sign Language
Thailand (MNN) -- Teamwork is essential to completing the Great Commission. This is obvious in the joint work mission groups are doing to reach the Deaf communities around the globe. The truth is, when you look at the history of the Church making the Gospel accessible, this group has been...
Summit brings leaders together to advocate for persecuted Church
North America (MNN) -- Over 600 Christian leaders from 130 countries converged in Washington, D.C. last week to highlight the plight of the persecuted Church around the globe. The World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians ran from May 10-13 and was hosted by the Billy Graham Evangelical...
Encouraging Dads to be Heroes (Part 1 of 2)
Pediatrician and best-selling author Dr. Meg Meeker offers dads practical suggestions for communicating, listening to, guiding and spending time with their kids in a discussion based on her new book, Hero: Being the Strong Father Your Children Need. (Part 1 of 2)