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Emmanuel Acho: Dear White People, This Is How You Can Help

Former NFL player Emmanuel Acho has started a video series called “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.” In the first installment, Acho responds to his white friends who want to know what they can do to help bring racial healing to the U.S.

Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God? In a new video from the Gospel Coalition, J.D. Greear says he believes there is a way to answer this question that seeks a common starting point without compromising the truth.

Christian, Are You Being Too Hard on Yourself?

Are you too hard on yourself? Is that even possible? Even though God's standards are high, John Piper believes that, yes, we can be hard on ourselves in a way that is sinful. 

Martin Luther King Jr. On ‘Loving Your Enemies’

Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Love Your Enemies" speech is as relevant today as it was 60 years ago.

Perhaps We’ve Over-Emphasized Compatibility When Looking for a Spouse

when it comes to marriage could there be a chance that we might be overplaying the importance of finding someone who aligns with us on virtually everything? In the following video, Jefferson and Alysa Bethke speak to this interesting subject.

Sadie Robertson: Time Doesn’t Heal Wounds—Jesus Does

Time was never created to heal because only Jesus can truly heal us. The passing of time can fog things up a little bit and we may forget about things, but this is only fleeting.

Thabiti Anyabwile: What I Wish I Had Known About Preaching

Everyone has a mental list of “I wish I had knowns” in their life and that list only grows longer as one gets older. This is true for preaching as well.

Dr. Fauci on the Coronavirus Vaccine: It’s Safe and Effective

Dr. Anthony Fauci took the time to answer questions church members from a predominantly African American community have about the coronavirus vaccine that will be rolling out for the general public next year.

After Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis, Tim Keller’s Greatest Fear Isn’t Death

Tim Keller was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer earlier this summer. While he doesn't know how long he has yet to live, Keller says he is happier than he has been before and "I enjoy my prayer life more than I ever have in my life." Still, there is one thing Keller fears.

Francis Chan: If You Find Giving to the Needy Difficult, Consider This

If it is not easy for you to be generous with your money, says Francis Chan, the answer is not to make yourself give more.

The Best New Christmas Music to Help Get You Through the Rest of 2020

Several Christian artists have decided that the challenges of 2020 make it the ideal year for releasing new Christmas songs that remind us we have a hope that is everlasting.

Emmanuel Acho Has an Uncomfortable Conversation with Police Officers

Emmanuel Acho sat down with members of the Petaluma, California, police department and had a transparent conversation about topics including George Floyd, Black Lives Matter, and the movement to “defund the police.”

Dr. Tony Evans: You Can’t Love God and Hate Your (Democrat/Republican) Brother or Sister

Dr. Tony Evans continues his series on Kingdom voting, emphasizing that if Jesus is truly Lord of our lives, no political system will be able to divide us. In fact, what will happen is quite the opposite.

What the Bible Means When It Talks About the Apocalypse

Do you know how to approach apocalyptic literature? Understanding the nature of this genre is key to understanding how the Bible presents the end of the world.

Phil Vischer: This Is How Race Shapes the Way Christians Vote

In his latest video tackling the complexities of race in the U.S., Phil Vischer explores the question, “Why do white Christians vote Republican and Black Christians vote Democrat?”

How to Read the Bible as What It Is: Ancient Jewish Meditation Literature

When you consider how to read the Bible, do you approach it as ancient Jewish meditation literature? For many of us, this is likely not our first thought...but it probably should be.

WATCH Dolly Parton Perform Her First No. 1 on a Christian Chart

Country music legend Dolly Parton has collaborated with Christian artist Zach Williams on the single "There Was Jesus" and achieved her first top single on one of Billboard’s Christian charts.

Christians Shouldn’t Be Fully Committed to Either Party, Evans Says

Tony Evans instructed his congregants not to be “fully committed” to one political party thinking that God is on the side of that party. Evans advocated Christians adopt the practice of "Kingdom voting" for the upcoming presidential election.

Francis Chan on Transubstantiation: ‘Don’t Know Where I Land Yet’

Francis Chan sits down with Hank Hanegraaff and K.P. Yohannan to discuss the early church's views on the Eucharist.

Pastor Eric Mason: The Biblical Case for Reparations

If someone has been forgiven by Jesus, do they still need to pay reparations for harm done to others? Pastor Eric Mason thinks the Bible lays out a very strong argument for reparations and restitution.

Maverick City Music ‘Pauses’ Their Relationship With Grammy Award-Winning Singer Dante...

Maverick City Music released a statement on Tuesday (Sept. 27) explaining they are putting a “pause” on their professional relationship with Grammy and Dove Award-winning gospel singer Dante Bowe.

Charlie Dates: Why Your Church Needs To Identify and Raise Up...

Charlie Dates joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to discuss what makes preaching compelling and the role local churches play in cultivating preachers for the pulpit.

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