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Loving The Lost: Churches Without The Broken Are Broken Churches Many Christians are “generational believers,” as they have grown up in a Christian home. That is their reality, but there is a bigger reality. Sometimes we can easily forget there’s a hurting world out there. We drive through it on the way to church, or on the way to work. But at the end of the day, we don’t come to terms with the vast brokenness that surrounds us.

10,000 Little Moments And The Minute Particulars – “The character of your life won’t be established in two or three dramatic moments, but in 10,000 little moments.” 

What Is All This “Gospel-Centered” Talk All About? – The label “gospel-centered” is neither here nor there. There’s nothing sacred about it. But the heart of what is being recovered, both in terms of worldview and in terms of growth, is vital for calm and sanity amid the ups and downs of life in a fallen world.

Look and Live – The reason it feels like just another Sunday morning is because the stakes aren’t high enough.

How 727 Megachurches Spend Their Money – Two organizations that know megachurches well have released a new study they describe as “by far the biggest-scale, cross-denominational response anyone has ever collected about church finances.”

Reading The Bible and The Bible Reading You – I’ve been thinking a great deal lately (this topic seems to come up over and over and over again) about how different groups of North American Christians read the Bible.

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