The Christian response: mercy and truth

I was sitting at Mom’s bedside in the hospital as the news of Tullian Tchividjian’s resignation began to hit the news. Heartbroken, I was trying to find the words to make sense of everything when I stumbled upon a piece from mom’s old writings. I’m so thankful for this classic parcel of wisdom she penned years […]

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Warning! You are losing a generation

Teen girl excessively sitting at the phone at home. she is a victim of online social networks. Sad teen checking phone sitting on the floor in the living room at home with a dark background. Victim of online bullying Stalker social networks

I’m not Paul, but if he were around today writing letters to churches, I imagine that he might pen something like this: To all of God’s churches both at home and abroad, I pray for you diligently. I wish you peace and God’s presence and blessing always. As a co-laborer with you in Him, it […]

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Seeking the Peace of the City

As President of a global evangelistic ministry, I’ve had the privilege of witnessing traditional pictures of revival – thousands of people committing their lives to Christ at a single gathering, crowds of believers wholeheartedly praying for the lost in their cities. However, some of the inspiring, Gospel-proving, disciple-led movements I’ve encountered recently look a little […]

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Syria: What Obama missed, believers cannot

If the recent civil war and violence hasn’t been damaging enough, the fact that more than a million children are now refugees is heartbreaking. Of the 10 points President Obama made in his speech, he didn’t mention the refugees once. What our President overlooked, believers cannot. What does the believer do when there is no […]

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Egyptian Uprising Offers New Day for Church

View of the Mosques of Sultan Hassan and Al-Rifai in Cairo - Egypt

The Arab Spring quickly became the winter of discontent for most of the Middle East as Arab strongmen were toppled and in many cases replaced by fundamentalists.  Nowhere has this been more true than in Egypt, where just this week, the military that had controlled the nation for decades under Sadat and Mubarak, retook power […]

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