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Keller on Quiet Times, Mysticism, and Priceless Payoff of Prayer

Oct 21, 2014 | Matt Smethurst

I asked Tim Keller about mysticism, the problem with quiet times, how he’s taught his congregation to pray, advice for the distracted, and more. Read More

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The Church and Women at Risk

Oct 20, 2014 | Lindsey Holcomb

Because life can be tragic for women, it is crucial to have a biblical understanding of how the church can protect and care for women at risk. Read More

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Advice to Young Pastors from David Powlison, Danny Akin, Tim Keller

Oct 14, 2014 | Matt Smethurst

You can’t cram when it comes to knowing people. So plan on making this a lifetime project. Read More

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Four Reasons Why Some Preachers Get Better and Others Don’t

Oct 14, 2014 | Hershael York

Being a preaching professor is like getting paid to tell a mother that her baby is ugly. Read More

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Encountering God Together

Oct 13, 2014 | Matt Damico

If you help plan or lead a church service, or would like to think more carefully about what that means, this book will prove helpful. Read More

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Why I’m Not Always Opposed to Religious Tourism

Oct 10, 2014 | Emily T. Wierenga

I certainly see a purpose for short-term trips—but too often we misunderstand that purpose. Or perhaps we’re just afraid to be honest about the purpose, because it feels selfish. Read More

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Study Bibles for Cameroon and the Global South

Oct 09, 2014 | Patti Richter

In Yaounde, Cameroon with around two million people, there might be one poorly-stocked Christian bookstore. In late 2013 Andrew was “overjoyed” to receive two Packing Hope cases that contained a total of 32 Global Study Bibles. Read More

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More Than Casseroles and Proverbs 31

Oct 09, 2014 | Matt Smethurst

What is women's ministry? Warm casseroles? References to Proverbs 31? A weekly program? Serious study of the Bible? Read More

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Right Color, Wrong Culture

Oct 08, 2014 | J. D. Greear and Chris Pappalardo

Most churches want to be known for being 'diverse,' but what they’re after is more multi-color than multi-cultural. Read More

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How to Wed Scripture and Song in Corporate Worship

Oct 08, 2014 | Walt Harrah

Good songs serve the church but will often see the greatest effect when combined with the public reading of Scripture. Read More