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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.
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Tony Evans Father’s Day Sermon: Men Need to Make a Choice

Dr. Tony Evans delivered a challenging Father’s Day sermon this year. The pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship asked men to evaluate who they were going serve this year.
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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.
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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.
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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. 
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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.
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Lee Strobel Video: This Is Why We Can Believe in the Resurrection

Lee Strobel spent two years analyzing the historical data surrounding the resurrection of Jesus and found that history points to the resurrection being an actual historical event.
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Story of Holy Week for Kids as Told by Two Children

Just try not smiling as you watch it...just you try.
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Piper and Lee on How to Have Peace When Your Unsaved Loved Ones Die

How can you have peace when your unsaved loved ones die? This is a question that John Piper and Trip Lee explored in a recent episode of The Gospel Coalition Q&A.
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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.
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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.
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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. 
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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.
Is Compatibility in Marriage Overrated?

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.
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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.
Sadie Robertson: Time Doesn't Heal Wounds—Jesus Does

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 on Preaching and Pastoral Ministry

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.
What Is the Correct View on Heaven?

What Is the Correct View of Heaven?

In this ten-minute roundtable, John Piper, Scott Swain, and Randy Alcorn take up the thorny topic of heaven in the hopes defining a correct view of heaven, providing a more biblically-informed picture of our future home.
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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.
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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.
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