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Latest Articles

Partiality is a prominent sin in business and church.

Partiality: The Sin that Keeps Being Promoted

Partiality is a sin that continues to permeate business (even Christian business) and church. We should recognize it, repent, and change.

Book review of Autopsy of a Deceased Church

Book Review of Thom Rainer’s Autopsy of a Deceased Church

Dr. Rothra reviews Thom Rainer’s book Autopsy of a Deceased Church. In it he outlines where the book shines, where it doesn’t, and what it means for you.

Christian history should be studies more often in churches today.

The Christian War on Christian Symbols, or the Christian War on Christmas

Are Christians at war with their own history? When it comes to the war on Christmas, this seems to be the case. Are we fighting the wrong wars?

Colin Kaepernick and Jim Brown kneel during the National Anthem

What Kaepernick’s Actions Teach Us about Communication

Colin Kaepernick’s protest has been highly controversial. Nevertheless, there are lessons to be learned from his actions about how we communicate with each other.

Visitors should be respected and appreciated.

An Innovative Approach to First Time Visitor Follow-Ups

Churches often have visitors. However, their experience determines whether or not they return. Here are the two steps to effective visitor follow-up.

Christians should unite in the gospel, not divide over dogma.

Don’t Let Theological Differences Become Gospel Dividers

Jesus prayed his disciples would be united, yet often Christians find things to divide over. It’s time that we unite in the gospel, not divide over dogma.

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