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Preaching Without Words

Philip Yancey | Posted 12.30.2014 | Religion
Philip Yancey

"There are three kinds of Christians that outsiders to the faith respect: pilgrims, activists, and artists. The uncommitted will listen to them far sooner than to an evangelist or apologist."

Be Afraid! The Latest Threat to Christianity Is Communism

Christian Piatt | Posted 11.09.2014 | Religion
Christian Piatt

Mike Riddle, in his e-newsletter, outlined why it is that Christians -- and all Americans, really -- should be terrified of the Communism creep taking place in our culture. Needless to say, this was news to me.

10 Things Christians Should Say More Often

Christian Piatt | Posted 11.01.2013 | Religion
Christian Piatt

Here's a list of handy phrases to help bring followers of Jesus into a post-Christendom, 21st-century world.

Toward Churches In the Green: Postmodern, Post-Christian Possibilities for Faith in the Future

Christopher Cocca | Posted 05.07.2013 | Religion
Christopher Cocca

What might a truly sustainable church (a "church in the green") look like? By sustainable, I don't mean, of course, what people usually mean when they say "self-sustaining." I'm talking about a radically intentional effort.

Living As An Authentic Christian In A Non-Christian World

Richard Stearns | Posted 01.25.2013 | Religion
Richard Stearns

Paul's point is this: Be strict with yourselves, expecting fellow Christians to obey the demands of Jesus. But don't hold others to the same rules.

Seeking Common Ground in 'Big Tent' Christianity

Philip Clayton, Ph.D. | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Philip Clayton, Ph.D.

"Big tent" is also a prophetic challenge to the rancorous debates that are the public face of religion today. The Religious Left and the Religious Right look more and like Washington. The younger generations look for something more positive from Christian faith.

Q Gathering 2010: Heralding the Arrival of a Post-Christian America

Tom Krattenmaker | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Tom Krattenmaker

Between pauses for praise songs and worship, the Q conference buzzed with new possibilities for meeting human need and alleviating suffering around the planet.