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  • Let's Talk about Mental Illness

    Stephen Altrogge
    Let's Talk about Mental Illness Mental illness is tricky business. As Christians it is something we desperately need to talk about yet almost never have the courage to talk about.
  • Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? The Moving Rock

    Michael J. Kruger
    Does the Bible Ever Get it Wrong? The Moving Rock Since the Jewish tradition about a travelling rock is clearly a legend—a legend that Paul apparently took to be fact—then we have a real problem, says Enns, for the evangelical view of biblical authority. He puts it bluntly, “no rock moved in the Old Testament, but Paul said one did.”
  • Where is the Messiah in the Midst of This Pain?

    Jesus’ Economy
    Where is the Messiah in the Midst of This Pain? In our grief for the world we remain faithful, but grow discouraged. Faced with the responsibility to care for the sick, the persecuted, and the impoverished, maybe we become disillusioned—sick with helplessness.
  • Treat Your Pastors Well

    Matthew Harmon
    Treat Your Pastors Well As a professor at a seminary, I have the great privilege of training men for pastoral ministry. Every year new faces come in, full of excitement and trepidation. What most of them don’t realize is how dangerous their calling truly is.
  • Wrestling with Fear

    Ron Edmondson
    Wrestling with Fear I have often wrestled with this question: Could my greatest fears be God’s greatest opportunity to express His glory through me?
  • How Jesus Did NOT Pursue Celebrity and Prosperity

    Tim Brister
    How Jesus Did NOT Pursue Celebrity and Prosperity Two key areas of struggle, it seems, for evangelicalism today can be found in celebrity culture and the prosperity gospel. In light of that, I found this excerpt from Henry Scougal’s The Life of God in the Soul of Man to be insightful and convicting.
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  • In the World

    Robbie Pruitt
    In the World The world and all that is in it was created for our enjoyment and pleasure and points us to a good God who loves us and desires our good pleasure. However, something is wrong.
  • Antidote for 'Corinthian Disease': Agape Love

    Eric Hogue
    Antidote for 'Corinthian Disease': Agape Love The Corinthians were Jesus believers with tough outer skin, "spiritual knuckle-heads" just like me.
  • The Definition of an Apostle

    Dr. Ray Pritchard
    The Definition of an Apostle What does it mean to be an apostle? At least three things.