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Advent, Christmas Will Be Political – And That’s Good News

By Jim Hopkins | December 13, 2019

While the season of Advent and Christmas will be and has been political, it’s not partisan. Scripture unveils the political reality of the season, in which those consigned to the back row of society have been brought to the front.

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By Dwight A. Moody | April 10, 2002

The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem has taken center stage in the incredible drama in the Middle East. Some 70 Palestinian Christian clergy together with approximately 200 Palestinian soldiers are barricaded in this ancient sanctuary. They are surrounded by thousands of Israeli soldiers. Ironically, it was the Hebrew ancestors of the Jews who introduced […]

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Journey to Jesus: The Worship, Evangelism, and Nurture Mission of the Church

By Ron Wilson | April 10, 2002

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A Response to ‘Using Songs in Spite of the Songwriters’

By Larry Coleman | April 10, 2002

Rebecca Prater’s column is intriguing. Would the same criteria apply to a minister, a professor in a seminary, a leader of a denominational agency? I know some “fallen” ministers who do have a faith relationship despite obvious moral brokenness in their own lives; whose gifts are still good enough as preacher, teacher, theologian, organizer and […]

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Is the Country Ready for a New Debate on Poverty?

By Jim Wallis | April 10, 2002

Call to Renewal had a very bipartisan conversation this week (March 27). A strong delegation of faith-based organization leaders spent Tuesday (March 26) at the White House and on Capitol Hill, talking with Republicans and Democrats about poverty. Our immediate discussion was about the crucial political debate shaping up on the re-authorization of welfare reform, […]

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By Karen Zurheide | April 9, 2002

Forty-six years ago, President Eisenhower convened the People to People White House Conference on International Understanding. Walt Disney designed the delightful “It’s A Small World” attraction as a result of those meetings. It may not be Disney’s snazziest ride in 2002, but its message is more timely than ever. Earth is small and getting smaller. […]

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