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Apostolic Keys for Activation and Implementation from Nehemiah

Mattera_JosephThe book of Nehemiah is an outstanding book for going from a compelling vision to its activation and implementation.

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A Line Crossed in the Middle East

Say goodbye to one of the most ancient Christian communities in the world.

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Working for the Least of These

We have a tendency in our media-driven, fast-paced culture to pretend like we care – we share a story on Facebook, retweet an activist on Twitter, or wear a pair of shoes...

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Hypocrisy and the Ethos of Grace

Wax_5Evangelicals love a good story. We’re all about “sharing our testimonies” and “telling our stories” and recounting our “spiritual journey.”

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The Great Commission Means Sharing Christ's Story, Not Yours

Wax_5Evangelicals love a good story. We’re all about “sharing our testimonies” and “telling our stories” and recounting our “spiritual journey.”

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Christian Eschatology and The Planet of the Apes

Moore_RussellAs the film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is currently running in theaters, I’m reminded of a few years ago when I launched a new semester of my Doctrine of the Last Things class...

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The Gospel at the Gates of Hell

This week I had the opportunity to be a part of a discussion with Tim Keesee about his new book, Dispatches from the Front.

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Contrasts between the Apostolic Church and the Contemporary Church

Mattera_JosephThere has been a movement the past four decades amongst various segments of the body of Christ towards embracing the way of Jesus and the apostles as found in the first century church.

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One of the Pastor's Mottos

Mottos (or slogans) are somewhat trendy. Within most organizations, you can expect to have one.

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How Churches Can Bridge the Marriage Divide: An Interview with W. Bradford Wilcox

The one bit of good news in all this is that marriage is comparatively strong among college-educated Americans

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