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When is Evangelism a Bait-and-Switch?

How to recognize when evangelism is only good for the evangelist.

The Desperate Need for New Churches

Dave Earley explains why the U.S. needs more churches—and more church planters.

FAA Certifies Missionary's Flying Car

Steve Saint's new flying car can do 0–60 mph in under four seconds.

Graham Festival Ends With 1,765 Decisions

Franklin Graham's three-day festival in Japan "breathed new life" into the church there.

Lausanne Focuses on Unreached People Groups

The Friday session at Lausanne focused on the importance of reaching unengaged, unreached people groups.

How to Improve Your Preaching

Good preaching preparation begins with letting Scripture examine, speak, and preach to us.

Tell Me Your Painful Story

Tony Morgan reminds us how important it is to listen and engage in the healing of others' hurts.

215 New Baptist Churches Started in Haiti

A missions specialist reports on the church planting happening in Haiti as the country recovers from the quake.

Evidence for a Master Designer

Lee Strobel: "The most up-to-date scientific evidence points more powerfully toward God than ever before in history."

How to Connect and Keep New People

Five experienced leaders share their insights on assimilation.

Selling My Soul on eBay

A fascinating story from Hemant Mehta, the man who "auctioned his soul" on eBay.

Third Lausanne Congress Opens in Cape Town

The Lausanne Movement, founded by Billy Graham, is uniquely placed to gather evangelicals for a common purpose.

Reaching the Hard-to-Reach

Leading apologist Lee Strobel helps leaders reach the most challenging unbelievers.

Chilean Miners' Faith Grows During Ordeal

The 33 trapped Chilean miners emerged from their ordeal as more faithful men.

Lausanne Conference Brings Church Together

The historic Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization will take place October 16–25, 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa.

The One-Anothers: Christian Friendships

When believers are friends, they relate to one another in a unique way.

Barna Studies Faith in Major Cities

New research examines expressions of faith in U.S. metropolitan areas.

Jack Hayford: Awakened by the Spirit

Mark Mittelberg interviews Dr. Jack Hayford about what we can learn from the Azusa Street Revival.

Leadership Interview with Darrin Patrick

Ed Stetzer interviews Darrin Patrick on church planting and the state of the gospel in the church today.

Rick Warren on the AIDS Crisis

We can stop AIDS. It is a preventable disease. It isn’t good enough to manage it.

Christian Writer Danté Stewart on Expanding ‘Theological Imagination’ to Include the...

In an interview with Religion News Service, Christian writer Danté Stewart discusses his experiences with white evangelicalism, learning to embrace the Black church tradition of his upbringing, and expanding his "theological imagination" to include the Black experience.

Brian Tome: What It Was Like to Pastor Through the ‘Worst...

“You can go through a desert," says Brian Tome, "and not lose your faith and still be used by God, even though you don't feel like you're being used by God.”

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