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Cultivating a Heart for Missions in our Kids

Cultivating a Heart for Missions in our Kids

Tamarah Horton
Although my parents are American, I was born in Mexico and spent the majority of my first decade of childhood in Central America. This experience became a... Read More
A Google Search for God

A Google Search for God

Harper McKay
As an ethnic Malay, Hizam* knew that his duty was to be a faithful follower of Islam. Year by year he worked his hardest to fulfill the requirements and make... Read More
Healthy Churches May Look Different Than You Think

Healthy Churches May Look Different Than You Think

Scott Slayton
When I entered Seminary in 1999, one of the first books I read was R. Kent Hughes’s Liberating Ministry from the Success Syndrome. In it, Hughes argued that... Read More
The Danger of a Virtual Caliphate

The Danger of a Virtual Caliphate

Harper McKay
As ISIS loses its physical strongholds in Iraq and Syria, many predict that it will turn to its online presence and set up a "virtual caliphate" of... Read More
More Than a This-Is-Us Crock-Pot Kind of Love

More Than a This-Is-Us Crock-Pot Kind of Love

Kim Whitten
But what if it turns out not to be a “This-Is-Us-Crock-Pot” kinda love? ... Read More
What Makes Mormonism So Attractive?

What Makes Mormonism So Attractive?

Travis Kerns
Over its history, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has grown from a very small group of members to numbering nearly 16 million members as of the... Read More
Africa, Animism, and the Dangers of the Prosperity Gospel

Africa, Animism, and the Dangers of the Prosperity Gospel

Nick Moore
When we hear the phrase “Prosperity Gospel,” our minds may conjure up images of a (typically) white, big-haired, American televangelist from the 1980’s... Read More
Ethnic Tensions in Malaysia

Ethnic Tensions in Malaysia

Harper McKay
Malaysia is well known for its diverse peoples. Many different cultures make up the fabric of the country, including Malaysians from different ethnicities and... Read More
Are You Missing Out?

Are You Missing Out?

Paul Alexander
Our college years are transitional in lots of ways. In many cases, we’re still developing a worldview, still deciding what to believe about theological... Read More
Remembering the Persecuted

Remembering the Persecuted

Mandy Hewitt
“Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body.” (Hebrews 13:3) ... Read More

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