Glenn Packiam: The Church As Bread

We are meant to give ourselves lovingly to our communities from the outflow of our love for Christ.

David Gustafson: A Fresh Look at Evangelism—Part 1

Reaching the unchurched in a post-Christendom society

David Gustafson: The Practice of Witnessing—Part 2

Practical advice on reaching your neighbors for Christ

Kyle Idleman: Persevering in Seasons of Struggle

Encouragement for those tough times when you feel like giving up.

Drew Hyun: Mobilizing for More

How to catapult everyday missionaries into the city—and beyond.

When I Think You’re Wrong

Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, from opposite ends of the political spectrum, discuss gracious disagreement.

James E. Beitler III: Persuade With Grace—Part 1

The study of rhetoric and persuasion is incredibly helpful for our Christian witness in our divided age.

James E. Beitler III: Seasoning Our Speech—Part 2

What can we learn from the masters of Christian rhetoric?

Amy E. Black: Seeking a More Perfect Union—Part 1

Amy Black, a political science professor at Wheaton College, is an advocate for civil dialogue about American politics.

Amy E. Black: Politics and the Church—Part 2

There are some troubling signs of deepening division in our public discourse, but there is hope in the kingdom of God.
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