Tuesday, June 21, 2016

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10 Things You Should Know about What the Roman Catholic Church Believes about Mary

In our continuing series on 10 things every Christian should know, we turn our attention to the Roman Catholic Church and its beliefs about the Virgin Mary. Read More

What Judges Teaches the Church

It seems incredible that it could happen. Only a generation after Joshua, Israel no longer knew the Lord. How is such a development possible? Read More

The Humble Leader

According to Numbers 12:3, Moses was more humble than anyone else on the face of the earth. What was it about Moses that caused this scribe (whom I take to be other than Moses) to come to such a lofty conclusion? No doubt, there are many examples of Moses’ humility in the Pentateuch, but let me point out three that are present in Exodus 18. Read More

How to Train And Develop More Leaders More Quickly: Scott Magdalein [Podcast]

Every church struggles with having enough volunteers and leaders. But are the leaders you have well-trained, well-equipped and prepared for the task ahead? Carey Nieuwhof talks with Trained Up founder Scott Magdalein on how to train more leaders more efficiently. Listen Now

The Challenges of Following a Long-Term Pastor--Rainer on Leadership #235 [Podcast]

On today’s podcast, Thom Rainer and Jonathan Howe discuss the challenges that are related to following a long-term pastor. Listen Now

What is an “Accurate” translation?

A friend asked me this question the other day, and I thought I would take this opportunity to flesh out what I think the answer is. Read More

8 Reasons You Should Encourage Your Congregation to Post While You Preach

Preach the Word, and if necessary, use words. And tweets. And pictures. Read More

Six Questions to Ask When Studying the Bible in a Group

If you want to read the Bible with your small group, or have tried in the past and it’s fallen flat, you might try the Swedish method. There’s nothing especially Swedish about reading the Bible this way. It was named the Swedish Method because Ada Lum first encountered the approach in a Swedish student group. Whether you’re reading alone, or with another person one-on-one, or in a small group, this method gives you five things to look for in every passage. Read More

Going on a Mission Trip This Summer? Don’t Do These 3 Things

I’m offering these observations to you along with some suggestions that are less sexy but more helpful to those you serve. Read More

Should Christians in America Fight for the Religious Liberty of Muslims?

Fundamental to the practice of religious liberty is that people are held accountable as individuals and citizens and not as classes of people or religious groups. All individuals are free to exercise their religion, and all individuals are held accountable to the law of the land. Read More

New: Donald Trump's campaign has cycled $6 million back into Trump companies

Donald Trump's campaign likes to keep it in the family. Read More
Is making a profit behind Trump's presidential bid?
New: Trump’s Self-Funding Includes Payments to Family and His Companies

Donald J. Trump regularly boasts that he is self-funding his presidential bid, but new campaign finance filings show that he is also shifting plenty of money back to himself in the process. Read More

New: Clinton to cast Trump as dangerous — this time, on the economy

The former secretary of state is set to deliver her first general election economic speech in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday morning. According to Clinton aides, the remarks will once again attempt to dismantle Trump's policy prescriptions and cast the businessman as a danger to the U.S. economy. Read More

Will Donald Trump's shakeup matter?

Donald Trump may be done with Corey Lewandowski. But the problems surrounding his embattled presidential campaign won't be so easy to toss aside. Read More
Is the Trump campaign a foretaste of a Trump administration?
Donald Trump Starts Summer Push With Crippling Money Deficit

Donald J. Trump enters the general election campaign laboring under the worst financial and organizational disadvantage of any major party nominee in recent history, placing both his candidacy and his party in political peril. Read More

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