Sifting the conscience

Bill Leonard

Almost 230 years after the Constitution was adopted, a “more Perfect Union” remains beyond our grasp.

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4 ways tension will make your church a better congregation

Amy Butler

But can we handle it?

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A Baby Boomer, a Millennial, and the Kingdom of God

Aileen Lawrimore

Finding light in the darkness.

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Sabbath: The spiritual practice of exhaling

Jayne Hugo Davis

Developing the muscle memory to rest.

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A new church is coming (part 2)

Molly T. Marshall

The church is ever being reformed.

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All things bright and beautiful

Doyle Sager

What would happen if we found our definition of beauty in our relationship with Christ?

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A return to the cloister

Kyle Henderson

Why should we incentivize Christians to leave the public schools?

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The roots of left/right polarization in the United States

David Gushee

How we arrived at the polarized red/blue, right/left America we all now live in.

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The sunny side of our gray forecast

John Chandler

The number of Americans 65 and older could more than double by 2050. That may not be a bad thing.

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Christ’s body camera

Starlette McNeill

Would it capture a true view of the church?

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Surrogates of the gospel

Bill Leonard

The foolishness of preaching and the wisdom of (some) preachers.

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Rediscovering the space in which can God show up

Amy Butler

It’s where our best work is done.

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Setting the table

Scott Dickison

As the church we hope host a divine dinner party to which all are invited.

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A tribute to Dean Alan Culpepper: The man and the myth

Brett Younger

I do not know which stories are true, but here is some of what I heard.

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A new church is coming

Molly T. Marshall

And that matters for Baptists seeking to craft a new future.

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