Getting Something Done for the City with God

By Mike Poteet
On July 18, Detroit, Michigan became the largest United States city to file for bankruptcy protection. Having suffered decades of industrial decline and dwindling population, and… read more

Old Testament Inspiration for People in Crisis

By Jessica Miller Kelley
If a friend came to you with terrible news—he had cancer, or her house had just burned down—what biblical comfort and encouragement might you offer? Paul's words about … read more

Fallen Towers

By Ronnie McBrayer
My father-in-law turned six on the morning that the Japanese Air Force destroyed the US Naval base at Pearl Harbor. As a child, it was a day of expectation. For the rest of his… read more

On Taking Many Books Captive to Christ

By Clifton Stringer
Several weeks ago my family moved to Boston, MA. Boxes and boxes and boxes of books came with us. We put up some classy bookshelves which are one of my wife's copious creative… read more

Is the Church Night Supper Dead?

By Betsy Hall
Maybe. If you're talking about mediocre food, boring conversation, and not much else. Depending upon where you're located the CNS may have morphed into weeknight programs with… read more

My Road to Accountability

By Craig Gross
My own experience with accountability started in my teenage years, the summer after my sophomore year in high school, when my youth pastor, Tom, sought me out and asked me if I… read more


By Ministry Matters
The word is repeated seven times in Ephesians 4:4-6, each time attached to a noun: body ... Spirit ... hope ... Lord ... faith ... baptism ... God. As the Christian churches of… read more

Debt and Digital Giving

By Ben Gosden
It seems like everything is moving into the digital world these days. The Internet has quickly become a world unto itself where we can share the highlights of our life, purchase… read more

Why Do Longhorns Study Apologetics?

By Clifton Stringer
Why do we study apologetics? I have studied apologetics (with greater and lesser diligence) since I was in college (the first time) as an undergraduate at the ever-sunny, and… read more

Academic Freedom Laws

By Mike Poteet
Legislating Academic Freedom As public schools across the United States begin a new year, many people are paying attention to science classes. Several states have recently seen… read more

Let Your Soul Catch Up

By Ronnie McBrayer
The first Labor Day celebration was observed in New York City in 1882. It was not intended to be the official end of summer. It was a movement to honor "the contributions workers… read more

Three Ways to Increase Your Confidence in God

By Babbie Mason
Daniel not only had confidence in God's power to deliver him; he had every confidence that God was present with him no matter what. As I look at Daniel's life, I am encouraged… read more
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