Students, Don’t Waste Your Summer

College students, here are 10 ways to help you grow in your faith while on summer break.

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The Subtle Danger of Mission Drift

As Christian leaders, we must daily commit ourselves to protecting and celebrating what matters most in the institutions God has entrusted to us.

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Carson Explains What Makes a Good Commentary

Reading commentaries will not necessarily turn you into a good exegete: that requires more focused reading of the text itself.

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What I Wish I’d Known: Reflections on Nearly 40 Years of Pastoral Ministry

Here are 10 things I wish I’d known going into pastoral ministry almost 40 years ago.

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How Much Theology Should Couples Agree on Before They Get Married?

Three vital questions to consider before you decide to get married.

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What Christians Should Know About Halloween

Halloween is an opportunity to mock the enemy whose power over us has been broken.

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Listening to our Anabaptist Brethren

Three concerns our neo-Anabaptist friends raise that we’d do well to humbly and seriously consider.

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Don’t Pack Too Much in Your Sermons

Prayerful, thoughtful, and careful planning make for good sermons as well as good road trips.

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If King Solomon Gave a Commencement Address

What would the world’s wisest man say to the Class of 2013?

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Parents, Do You Think Before You Post?

Do our comments and photos preserve our child’s dignity or gratify our own adult sense of comedy?

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