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Precious Commodities

While we’re talking about having children, here’s an illuminating excerpt from Rodney Clapp about the way consumerism impacts our society’s

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Stranded in Neverland

Princesses scare me. It isn’t their volatile behavior, creepy step-mothers, or the ferocious fire-breathing beasts that often accompany them that

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Luasanne: Cape Town 2010

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The Evolution of Worship

Earlier this year, we published an issue of Leadership on the theme of “Rediscovered Roots: Timeless practices that keep us

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Church Leader Look Alikes (check back for updates)

It all started with an email from my colleague Drew Dyck asking if I had a book by Dave Ferguson.

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

Confession time. I’ve never watched An Inconvenient Truth. I’ve never read Earth in the Balance. In fact I’ve never studied

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Why Are Christian Movies So Bad?

Scott Nehring has an article at Relevant asking a great question: why are Christian movies so bad? He describes Christian

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The Apple Tree and the End of the World (Part 2)

“If I knew that tomorrow was the end of the world, I would plant an apple tree today.” -Martin Luther

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Blind Justice?

I spent last week at the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta. I gave “play by play” updates from the huge event

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