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Filling Our Homes with the Songs of the Lord

Filling Our Homes with the Songs of the Lord

Keith Getty
Thomas Bowen: This is Thomas Bowen. I'm the Engagement Director at Radical, and I have the incredible privilege to be joined by a dear friend of the ministry,... Read More
The Role of Literacy Training in Tribal Church Planting

The Role of Literacy Training in Tribal Church Planting

Kelley Housley
About twenty Inapang men were gathered together in the open thatched meeting house in the middle of the small hamlet. The logs in the fire crackled as we... Read More
Choose the Congregationâs Songs Well

Choose the Congregation’s Songs Well

Aaron Menikoff
Most pastors are more than happy for someone else to choose the songs on Sunday morning. With sermon preparation, counseling, and countless other... Read More
I Got A Song: The Influence of African-American Music on the Christian Experience

I Got A Song: The Influence of African-American Music on the Christian Experience

Dante Stewart
In a 2013 Huffington post article on how music shapes identity, columnist Frank Fitzpatrick, ponders, “Can music, like a good teacher or a close friend, help... Read More
Why You Should Care about the Reformation

Why You Should Care about the Reformation

Ben Stubblefield
In my middle school days, I remember wondering about eighth grade math: “Will I ever actually use any of this information?” The more I convinced myself that... Read More
Learning to Speak the Gospel in Unwritten Languages

Learning to Speak the Gospel in Unwritten Languages

Kelley Housley
With more and more Christians in the U.S. becoming interested in engaging the unreached, it’s important to recognize some of the challenges involved with this... Read More
Making Disciples from the Pulpit

Making Disciples from the Pulpit

Paul Alexander
When we think of making disciples, we usually think about one-to-one evangelism and discipling—sharing a tract perhaps, or going through a weekly evangelistic... Read More
Will the Next Generation Listen to Scripture in an Instagram World?

Will the Next Generation Listen to Scripture in an Instagram World?

Clark Fobes
I have a confession to make: I’m a pastor, and I don’t always like reading the Bible. Yes, I’ve been through seminary and I regularly preach and teach the... Read More
Letting Go of Our âRightsâ for the Sake of the Unreached

Letting Go of Our ‘Rights’ for the Sake of the Unreached

Kelley Housley
Every Christian is forced to give up his or her rights—the right to privacy, the right to my ‘stuff,’ the right to wear what I want to wear, the right to... Read More
A Loving and Unpopular Message

A Loving and Unpopular Message

Mark Harris
From the emperor worship of Rome to the self-worship of the modern world, every culture has a civic religion, a set of beliefs and values held by the leaders,... Read More

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