Does the Future Have a Church?

Political [or denominational] loyalties can never be as deep or as broad as the bond that unites believers in Christ.MARK NOLL, The American Revolution The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is facing mighty challenges these days, even as our own young congregation …

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Which Gospel Do We Preach?

This post originally appeared on the author’s blog at dahorton.com. In America today, Christians are divided on how to define the gospel. In evangelicalism, leaders express the central gospel message (in content) but neglect to apply this message to the …

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Learning to Listen

At the heart of Mentoring Communities is the art of listening: wholly and holy listening. The late, respected management guru Peter Drucker asserted that the first leadership competence is the willingness to listen. And in Leaders, Warren Bennis wrote that …

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Eucatastrophe

We know that all things work together for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose.Romans 8:28 It may be the question that has been asked more than any other one throughout the history of …

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Real Conversations on Race

This article by Jason Cook is a review of Ben Sciacca’s Meals From Mars and was originally published at The Gospel Coalition on August 18, 2017. Malik paused. “Did it ever occur to you that people from my neighborhood are …

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