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The Difficult Call to Promote Peace and Unity in the Church

“Mr. Heffelfinger, I’m sorry but there’s no easy way to say this. You have cancer. Get to treatment yesterday.” Those words, spoken in 2005 by an oral surgeon about a fast-growing, killer tumor on the right side of my tongue, set in motion a furious campaign to save my life. Before hearing the “all clear,” I endured the big three: surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Gratefully, God preserved my life and kept me preaching, albeit without 30 percent of my tongue. Any survivor will tell you—the “c”…
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Beware Theological Dangers on Both Left and Right

Paul charges Timothy to “guard the good deposit” (2 Tim. 1:14), which is the gospel of Jesus Christ. We’re to remain vigilant in guarding the gospel because both the Scriptures and also church history remind us that many have swerved from the truth. Even a cursory reading of the New Testament reveals that upholding the truth and the purity of the gospel has been a challenge from the beginning….

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Good Missions Strategies. Bad Gospel.
Whisked from the United States to Costa Rica with nothing but “five weeks of missions ‘training,’” Jamie Wright started blogging to emotionally process and intentionally expose the brokenness she saw crippling the missionary system around her (117). Over the years, her writing evolved from her blog to her first book—The Very Worst Missionary: A Memoir or Whatever—in which she details her journey from sweaty pagan to sweaty missionary to slightly-less-sweaty blogger and minister’s wife. Admittedly, most of what she has to say has already been said, and said with less profanity. Pastors, churches, and missionaries looking…
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Good Missions Strategies. Bad Gospel.

Missionaries can’t afford to be ignorant of the principles of poverty alleviation.

Everyone’s Invited to the Kingdom Potluck

This book challenges us to not merely feed our neighbors, but to also sit at the table with them.

Are Some Determined to Believe the Worst About Reformed Theology?

What Lennox defends isn’t a solid commitment to divine sovereignty and to human responsibility.

The Pope Who Would Be King

The longest occupant of Peter’s Chair (1846–1878) was a study in contradictions.
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