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You Are What You Read

You Are What You Read

May 7 th 2020 by Noah Toly

Does segmenting the market necessarily segment the gospel?

“I Saw a Man Fly! I Am Sure I Did!”

“I Saw a Man Fly! I Am Sure I Did!”

February 20 th 2020 by Mack McCarter

And the wolf will dwell with the lamb…

“I Didn’t Become an Apache. I Was Born an Apache.”

“I Didn’t Become an Apache. I Was Born an Apache.”

February 6 th 2020 by Rev. Robert Soto with Brian Dijkema

Contextualizing surrender to the transcendent within the inheritance of tribe.

Turning the Tide

Turning the Tide

October 10 th 2019 by Anne Snyder

A new page in Christian influence.

Who's Afraid of Social Justice?
Public Faith, Public Space

Public Faith, Public Space

July 17 th 2019 by Milton Friesen

Where will the public meet if churches disappear?

When the City of Man Is Redlined

When the City of Man Is Redlined

June 13 th 2019 by Matthew Loftus

How best to stitch the wounds of segregation?

Selling our Birthright for a Quiet Pew

Selling our Birthright for a Quiet Pew

April 10 th 2019 by Sarah Dahl

In church, our children are not our children. They're brothers and sisters in Christ.

The Future of Church-Race Relations

The Future of Church-Race Relations

February 14 th 2019 by Jemar Tisby with Wesley Hill

Why looking back might be the best way for the church to look ahead.

The Church and the Common Good

The Church and the Common Good

January 17 th 2019 by Brad East

Can we equate the church's eternal mission with temporary politics?

The Fellowship of the King

The Fellowship of the King

June 12 th 2018 by Rosalyn F.T. Murphy

A social church for a lonely world.

The Perils of Confession as a Public Act

The Perils of Confession as a Public Act

September 1 st 2017 by Wilfred M. McClay

Nothing less than a seriously demanding church life is adequate to the conditions of today's world.

Not Trained By Angels

Not Trained By Angels

September 1 st 2017 by David Henreckson

Democratic responsibility begins in elders' councils, budget meetings, and volunteer nursery assignments.

New York City Without A Church?

New York City Without A Church?

September 1 st 2017 by Tony Carnes with Pauline Dolle

Imagine a map of your city without churches. Now imagine the sort of society we'd have without those congregations.

The Church is Bigger Than We Can See

The Church is Bigger Than We Can See

September 1 st 2017 by Mark R. Gornik and Maria Liu Wong

Narratives of a "secular" city are told by people looking in the wrong places.