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Russell Moore: Do Christians Who Commit Suicide Go to Hell?

In a video shared on The Gospel Coalition, Russell Moore answered the difficult but often asked question, “If Christians commit suicide, do they still go to heaven?” 

Hillsong UNITED’s Taya Smith Testimony: Worship Is Being Honest Before God

Hillsong UNITED's Taya Smith speaks candidly about worship and being vulnerable before God. In her view, it's the only way to worship.

Dallas Willard on How to Experience God

In order to experience God you need to read the Bible, pray, and meditate, to name just a few avenues.  Or some might argue, we experience God by way of spiritual disciplines.

The Miraculous Story Behind Raise a Hallelujah

The story behind Raise a Hallelujah, the miraculous healing of Jaxon, the son of Bethel’s CEO, Joel Taylor. Jaxon’s illness was the inspiration for “Raise a Hallelujah,” the first song on Bethel’s album, Victory.

Understanding Proverbs – Great Video

This video explains us in understanding Proverbs how the writers of Proverbs saw wisdom, which is different from how we typically think of it.

Craig Groeschel: How to Have Your Most Focused Year Yet

This year could be your most focused and productive year yet as a leader, says Craig Groeschel. For that to be the case, however, it is crucial you recognize what has been making you unproductive.

The Christmas Story Told From Kids’ Perspective

Despite hearing it over and over again, sometimes the Christmas story can be hard for children to grasp--and pastors to share.

David Platt: Is The Sinner’s Prayer in the Bible?

David Platt and Mark Dever discuss: The sinner's prayer is something most people raised in the church are familiar with, but is the sinners prayer in the Bible?

A 30,000-Foot View of the Old Testament

The Old Testament, also knowns as the TaNak, is a unified story of God’s covenant promise to Israel and all humanity.

Who Wrote the Doxology – And What Do You Really Know About It?

'The Doxology' could be the most famous hymn sung by Christians throughout the world. But how much do you really know about it?

Francis Chan: What Is the Key to Unity in the Church?

Unity in the church is important. But so is not compromising the truth. Francis Chan wants to know: How do Christians pursue unity without compromising the essential doctrines of the faith?

Matt Chandler: Your Kid Doesn’t Need to Be a D1 Athlete

How a family shapes their convictions regarding kids and sports can tell a lot about where their priorities lie. Is sports a tool you use for health and growth or is it an end in itself?

What the Book of Job Teaches Us About Unexplainable Suffering

The Book of Job is one of the most complex books of the Bible. Thankfully, the makers of the Bible Project have made an animated video that explains its main theme.

Comparison: The Breeding Ground for Discontent

Comparing ourselves to other people can be such a subtle sin because it’s all internal.

Can You Be a Follower of Jesus and Not Be ‘Churchy’? After Reconstructing, Lecrae Says Yes

Christian hip hop artist Lecrae recently shared that after deconstructing and reconstructing his faith, he no longer feels he has to be “churchy.”  

Tim Keller: 3 Questions Fake Christians Can’t Answer

There are several questions that fake Christians won't be able to answer. According to Tim Keller, these are questions that focus on hallmarks of a growing relationship with God.

Hillsong Worship Offers Fresh Take on ‘Fresh Wind,’ Sets Streaming Record

Hillsong Worship's "Fresh Wind" has garnered the highest U.S. audio streaming debut for any song from Hillsong so far—and it is also part of a newly released medley.

Voddie Baucham: Why Critical Race Theory Is a ‘Looming Catastrophe’

In an interview to discuss his new book, Voddie Baucham explains why he believes critical race theory spells “looming catastrophe” for evangelicalism.

Francis Chan: Unity in the Church Is Far More Than Just ‘a Cute Idea’

Unity in the church is not an option for followers of Jesus, says Francis Chan. And if we are failing at it, one question we should ask is if we really know God—or if we just know a lot about him. 

Jackie Hill Perry: Why Does a Good God Allow Suffering and Evil?

Many Christians are uncomfortable with tension when it comes to life's most difficult questions—yet Christianity is full of paradoxes. And the problem of evil is perhaps the most challenging paradox of all.

Jinger Duggar Vuolo Tells ChurchLeaders How She Rejected the Teachings of...

Jinger Duggar Vuolo wants people who have been manipulated by false teachers in the name of Christ to know that God is trustworthy and that he loves them. Vuolo shared with ChurchLeaders what it was like for her to question her upbringing, an experience she recounts in her newly released memoir.

Dallas Jenkins on Why ‘The Chosen’ Is Not ‘Adding to Scripture’

Dallas Jenkins joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to explain the principles that guide how “The Chosen” is created and why he believes “God has his hand” on the show.

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