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Marathon Runner Changes His Name to ‘Christian’
Pastor Bryan Chapell writes in his recent book Grace at Work:
I have a friend who's a marathon runner. He was in a race a few years ago that he knew ...
Imitating the Rituals of the Rich and Successful
Where would the self-help and business media be without the secret habits of highly successful people? Almost every week there’s a new article outlining ...
Study Finds Church Attendance Lowers Crime Levels
Does church attendance accomplish anything good for society? A recent Duke University study shows that it does. Here’s the gist of the study: When ...
Where Churches Serve Democracy
When Americans go to the polls, they go to town halls, high school gyms, fire stations, and churches. There are more than 60,000 polling places in America, ...
City Repairs and Sells Discards from Landfills
Every day, several large trucks full of discarded goods arrive at a warehouse in the eastern suburbs of Hamburg, Germany, before being sorted through ...
Man Restores Church Desecrated by Satanists
In June of 1992, Gloria Davey and a few friends were walking in the English countryside. When they stopped for a rest, they discovered a ruined church ...
Diversity and Connection in the Church
Suzanne Simard writes about ecosystems from the viewpoint of adaptation and evolution. But her comments pique the interest of those who love the diversity ...
A Plant from a Single Seed is Now 77 Square Miles
Shark Bay, Australia, should perhaps consider a name change to Seagrass Bay, since the largest resident isn’t a great white predator, but a single ...
Good Complexity vs. Bad Complexity
Skye Jethani writes, in Immeasurable, about good versus bad complexity in ministry. He illustrates it this way:
Bad complexity is like a Rube Goldberg ...
Reduced Health Risks for Regular Church Attenders
Something about the communal religious experience seems to matter. Something powerful takes place there that enhances health and well-being; and it is ...