‘Some of My Best Friends Are Black’ and the Baggage of History

Jason Willliams went from 17 points per game as a freshman college basketball star to six arrests and finally to urban church ministry.

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9 Things You Should Know About Pregnancy Help Organizations

You may have heard them referred to as “crisis pregnancy centers,” “fake clinics” or worse. But what is the real story on pregnancy help organizations (PHO),...

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The Addict as Modern Prophet

Like the prophets of old, today’s addicts may remind us our desire for God is trivial and weak, and our horizons of hope and expectancy are limited and mundane.

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Is Gaining Profit from Someone Else’s Work Exploitation?

Employer/employee relationships, in themselves, are not morally neutral but are fundamentally good and pleasing to God because they provide many opportunities to imitate God’s character and so glorify him.

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How a Money Manager Helps Parents Send Their Kids to College

I try to work as God does—ordering myself, prioritizing my activities, and pursuing coherence in my life so that, whether I’m acting as an investor, a talking head, a church member, a husband, or a father, I’m offering all of my life to him.

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Making Gay Okay

Men and women may turn with all their might against their God-endowed design for sexuality, but reality will win out in the end.

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What It Takes to Survive and Thrive in Ministry

Our eight-year research project identified five primary themes for surviving and thriving in ministry.

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TGC International Outreach

(Russian) Translation Project: Center Church by Tim Keller

In Center Church, Timothy Keller offers challenging insights and provocative questions based on over twenty years of ministry in New York City. This book outlines a theological vision for ministry - applying classic doctrines to our time and place. Your support will help us put this key resource into the hands of Russian-speaking pastors.