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Why All Christians Must Seek Public Justice

Apr 10, 2015 | K. Edward Copeland

God is just. He has always been just and has always expected, and will always expect, his people to do justice. Read More

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Rethinking Heaven

Apr 09, 2015 | Tom Nelson

Does our work somehow carry over into the new heavens and the new earth? Read More

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Salt and Light: A Global Perspective

Apr 08, 2015 | Bethany Jenkins

We fear many things in evangelism. What if I offend? Lose the friendship? Can't answer their questions? Act awkwardly? Read More

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Is Driving School Buses Kingdom Business?

Apr 07, 2015 | Bethany Jenkins

When we say that all work matters, do we really mean all work—even driving school buses? Read More

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When Faith Meets Work

Apr 07, 2015 | Matt Smethurst

Watch Katherine Alsdorf, Carolyn McCulley, and Bethany Jenkins discuss the importance of integrating our faith and our work. Read More

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Why Are Non-Christians TGC15 Panelists?

Apr 06, 2015 | Bethany Jenkins

The doctrine of co-belligerence allows otherwise questionable partnerships in order to further a particular social, political, economic, or cultural cause. Read More

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Say Goodbye to Lifeboat Theology

Apr 02, 2015 | Tom Nelson

Do you grasp this world’s future destiny, and have you thought about your important place in it? Read More

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Are There Thorns and Thistles in Landscaping?

Apr 01, 2015 | Trillia Newbell

I get to honor and obey the Lord by loving others through creating beautiful landscapes. Read More

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4 Reasons Why God Wills Work

Mar 26, 2015 | John Piper

The curse under which we live today is not that we must work. The curse is that in our work we struggle with weariness and frustration and calamities. Read More

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Escape the Zero-Sum Ministry Priorities Game

Mar 25, 2015 | Stephen Lutz

Must we pit orphan care against church planting or human trafficking against evangelism? Is there a way out of the zero-sum game? Read More