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Small-Town Summit Encourages Ministry in Rural New England

Vermont is one of the least religious states in the United States. It’s also one of the most rural. That means gospel work in the Green Mountain State won’t be glamorous. It likely won’t be big or fast-moving (though God can do surprising things, which we yearn for him to do). His kingdom will advance in Vermont and other rural regions through an army of committed gospel workers—men and women, young and old, pastors (full-time and bivocational) and laypeople—willing to lay down and pour…
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What We Can Learn from Reformation Worship and Liturgies

Reformation Worship: Liturgies from the Past for the Present is a resource of almost unparalleled richness in its field, representing an immense labor of love on the part of its editors and translators. It gathers together liturgies crafted by some of the leading figures in the Protestant Reformation and employed by them to aid worship in a wide variety of places and churches. We owe an immense debt of…

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Share Your Faith in a Skeptical World
Apologetics, by definition, is an attempt to give an answer for the faith, supplying reason for our existential hope in Christ and his gospel. But in the postmodern—and increasingly post-Christian—West, our accepted apologetic method may need updating. How do you make an explanation to those unpersuaded by reason? How do you supply an answer to a skeptic, to those who already “know” the standard Christian answers and don’t accept them? Sam Chan addresses these and other questions in his new book, Evangelism in a Skeptical World: How to Make the Unbelievable News about Jesus More Believable. Chan—a physician, theologian,…

Share Your Faith in a Skeptical World

What does alternative medicine have to do with evangelism?

A Hospitable Response to Muslim Immigration

Christians must avoid the extreme political rhetoric of both right and left.

Jen Wilkin Has Found God’s Will for Your Life

This, friends, is premium-cut lay theology. And it is fiercely practical at every turn.

A Field Guide to Atheism—for Believer and Unbeliever Alike

‘Seven Types of Atheism’ is a searching and helpful taxonomy of unbelief ancient and modern.