The University of Oxford discovered 13 biblical artifacts were stolen and eventually ended up with the Green family, owners of Hobby Lobby and founders of the Washington, D.C.-based Museum of the Bible.
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In his new book, Talking to Strangers, Malcolm Gladwell explores why so many of our interactions with strangers go wrong and how we aren't good at reading people.
A Biblical yardstick is needed for slander otherwise it destroys trust within organizations. It causes the members of an organization become wary of each other. It harshly cuts down its victim. And finally, the Bible says, slander is ungodly sin, again and again.
If you had three wishes, what would you wish for? Today we discover the three wishes Jude, the half-brother of our Lord, has for his readers.
The Nicene Creed is deeply rooted in the text of Scripture. The authors were committed to the authority of Scripture, and sought to mine its depths and express its doctrine carefully.
The opposite of every sin struggle, says Christopher Yuan, is holiness. Christopher shares with us why the church must return to a biblical view of singleness and provides other insights into how pastors can help Christians pursue holy sexuality.
Pastor Dave Vance says it's easy for churches to make assumptions that stop them from meeting their cities' physical and spiritual needs. That was the situation his church was in before they started asking the questions that enabled them to begin reaching their community for Christ.
Greg Stier believes that revival can come to the United States...but for that to happen, we need a different kind of youth ministry.
Rusty George is a speaker, teacher and author of several books, including Justice. Mercy. Humility.: A Simple Path to Following Jesus. He is married to Lorrie,...
Mark Sayers says, “What’s happening is the secular story itself is actually beginning to have its moment of doubt.” Mark is the senior leader of Red Church in Melbourne, Australia, and this week on our podcast he shares how living in our current culture gives us a unique opportunity to offer people hope.
Tara Beth Leach believes it's all too easy for church to turn into, "Come, consume, and see the show." Tara Beth is an author, speaker and senior pastor, and this week on our podcast, she shares how pastors can counteract consumerism and help their members see themselves as the missional people of God.
David Curry says that when we look at the history of Christian oppression, "this is the time that has the most persecution to date.” David is the president and CEO of Open Doors and this week on our podcast, he explains why global persecution is increasing and how the church in the U.S. should respond.