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  • I Was a Violent Klansman Who Deserved to Die

    I Was a Violent Klansman Who Deserved to Die

    Yet at the height of my segregationist fervor, God showed me mercy.I came of age in the early 1960s, when America was entering a period of political, social, and cultural upheaval. Mobile, Alabama, where I was raised, had been segregated since its f…
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  • 20 Truths from ‘Mining for Gold’

    20 Truths from ‘Mining for Gold’

    Tom Camacho offers a fresh perspective on how to draw out the best in ourselves and in those around us.1. “A loving, fruitful, and multiplying leader is a work of art, a masterpiece fashioned by the hands of God Himself” (Page 3).2. “Mining f…
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  • Netflix Is Making It Harder to Be a Missionary

    Netflix Is Making It Harder to Be a Missionary

    No matter if it’s streaming sports, TV shows, or family updates—it’s hard to do ministry if you’re still tied to your old life.For as long as I can remember, the word missionary conjured up a specific, anxiety-inducing image in my mind. A yo…
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  • A Reproducible Lifestyle and the De-emphasis of Clergy Can Lead to Movement

    A Reproducible Lifestyle and the De-emphasis of Clergy Can Lead to Movement

    Two things leaders can do to keep Jesus the center of a missional movement.In the years leading up to prohibition in America, opinions on alcohol changed dramatically.Within years, people went from enjoying alcohol to arguing that it should be comp…
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  • The Falls Church Anglican Lost Its Historic Building, But Its New Sanctuary Still Feels Like Coming Home

    The Falls Church Anglican Lost Its Historic Building, But Its New Sanctuary Still Feels Like Coming Home

    Seeing my family’s church consecrate a space of its own—years after a denominational split and legal fight—reminded me of God’s providence in where he places us.Knock. Knock. Knock.I held back tears as the bishop knocked on the doors of the…
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  • Is American Christianity on Its Last Legs? The Data Say Otherwise.

    Is American Christianity on Its Last Legs? The Data Say Otherwise.

    Two new books push back on Chicken-Little narratives of evangelical decline.When Christians write about the status and reputation of Christianity in American society, they usually focus on two questions: What is happening? What should be done?Two r…
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  • Evangelicals Who Distrust Muslims Likely Don’t Know Muslims

    Evangelicals Who Distrust Muslims Likely Don’t Know Muslims

    A 2019 survey shows how relationships curb Islamophobia and improve understanding between the two faiths.Earlier this week, a Baptist church in Michigan canceled an event titled, “9/11 Forgotten? Is Michigan Surrendering to Islam?” due to pushba…
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  • Four Ways New Hispanic Churches Are Challenging Church Planting in America

    Four Ways New Hispanic Churches Are Challenging Church Planting in America

    We are witnessing the de-Europeanization of American Christianity.I live in Aurora, IL, located 40 miles west of Chicago, where the population hovers around 200,000 people. SmartAsset recently named it 2019’s Best City for Living the American Drea…
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  • Why This Asian Presbyterian Can’t Quit the White Pentecostal Church

    Why This Asian Presbyterian Can’t Quit the White Pentecostal Church

    How I became convinced Christianity is more than ethnicity.As modern society careens to alarming levels of racial polarization, one has to wonder if the ethnic designations on many of our church signs bear any complicity.Korean Presbyterian. German…
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  • A Pastor Dies By Suicide: Three Things We All Need to Know

    A Pastor Dies By Suicide: Three Things We All Need to Know

    As many of us learned of Jarrid Wilson’s suicide, I’m reminded that pastors (and Christians) are not immune, and being honest about that is good for all of us.A pastor died by suicide.That’s a sentence that might cause us to look twice.We do…
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    • My Blog Has Moved to Wordpress

      My Blog Has Moved to Wordpress

      Thanks to all those who've supported this blog over the years. I'm moving over to Wordpress with a slightly different format. Hope you'll join me there!Jesus Unboxed
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    • Weekly Wrap 9.13.19: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week

      Weekly Wrap 9.13.19: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week

      Jerry Falwell, Wendell Berry, 9/11, seminaries making historic moves, and more.
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    • No More Economic Malpractice

      No More Economic Malpractice

      As African-American faith leaders committed to the social justice tradition of the Black Church, we would like to raise our voices to point out that it is not lost on us that Larry Summers and the establishment economists have done immense damage to…
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    • Trump’s Executive Actions are Antithetical to Christ

      Trump’s Executive Actions are Antithetical to Christ

      The current divided government that we see in the U.S. as a result of the 2018 midterm elections has made it markedly more difficult for the president to advance his agenda through new laws and decisions on Congress. Given the contempt he and so many…
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    • 'I Had the Power of Love': A Pastor's Reflection on 9/11

      'I Had the Power of Love': A Pastor's Reflection on 9/11

      On September 11th, 2001, while walking my dogs over to the Hudson River in the Greenwich Village where I lived, I heard the sound of two low-flying planes. I then witnessed everything that happened, standing there with my neighbors in utter, total di…
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    • PHOTOS: Traveling Interactive Art Brings Attention to Workplace Harassment

      PHOTOS: Traveling Interactive Art Brings Attention to Workplace Harassment

      On Sept. 10, women's advocacy groups, survivors of workplace harassment, women's rights organizations, and other advocates partnered with Washington, D.C. artist Yacine Tilala Fall to create an interactive art installation designed to direct attentio…
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    • Low Wages Will Never Be Good News to the Poor

      Low Wages Will Never Be Good News to the Poor

      Think about this: If you made the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour, would you be able to maintain and keep up the life you have now? If you are honest, the answer is probably no. And, if you are really honest, you’d probably say that not only…
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    • A Spill for My Southern Grandma

      A Spill for My Southern Grandma

      On the Sunday Gran died, I baptized a little girl sixteen months old. And I was grateful for the unending grace that knows neither limit of time nor space. And, as the water spilled down her rosy cheeks, I remembered how Gran held my firstborn, how G…
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    • Trump Pauses Peace Negotiations in Afghanistan Amid Civilian Casualties

      Trump Pauses Peace Negotiations in Afghanistan Amid Civilian Casualties

      As the U.S. grows closer to a peace deal with the Taliban and prepares to withdraw 5,000 troops from Afghanistan, experts remind us that until the civilian death toll stops, peace on the ground remains a dream.
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    • Weekly Wrap 9.6.19: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week

      Weekly Wrap 9.6.19: The 10 Best Stories You Missed This Week

      #ChurchToo in Nigeria, Margaret Atwood’s new book, Bob Dylan’s overlooked Christian music, and more.
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    • Sa’Ra Skipper's Fight for Insulin Affordability

      Sa’Ra Skipper's Fight for Insulin Affordability

      Sa’Ra Skipper says that it was at her lowest point, staring death in the face every day, that she realized God’s presence in her life. Skipper was away from home at college and had unexpectedly lost coverage for the daily insulin she needs to tre…
      - 10 days ago, 5 Sep 19, 2:22pm -

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      • Timeline: The Hong Kong protests
        WORLD first published this timeline on Aug. 30 and is periodically updating it as events develop. For the newest entries, please see the bottom of the page.Political unrest in Hong Kong has accelerated since early this year, when th
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      • Quick Takes
        Oil for shipsShort on cash, Malaysian officials would like to know if international arms dealers would accept palm oil for payment. Seeking to update its navy, the Malaysian government reached out to China, Russia, India, Pakistan, Turkey,
        - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
      • Two mended hearts
        In 1986, Hal Higley found a letter addressed to his wife in the mail. When he asked Kathi, she said it was from a friend in Louisiana, but their strained marriage had left him suspicious. Later, as they put their three kids in the car to go to dinner…
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      • Undercover catcher
        The Golden Age of Baseball conjures up black-and-white images of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. Another player of the 1920s and 1930s is not most recognizable but is arguably most enigmatic.Moe Berg played on five major leag
        - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
      • When China came to Ohio
        When General Motors Co. in 2008 shuttered a factory near Dayton, Ohio, thousands of workers lost high-paying union jobs. Eight years later, a Chinese glass manufacturer reopened part of the plant, bringing new employment but a ve
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      • Battles at the bench
        It seems there are nearly as many TV shows about lawyers as there are lawyers. Few represent the craft honestly. (I’m talking about the TV shows.) The pilot of the new CBS legal drama All Rise doesn’t make a strong case for watching additi
        - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
      • Mailbag
        Pulling back the curtain[ Aug. 17 ] Regarding this excellent article about company CEOs who signed the “Don’t Ban Equality” ad, it?
        - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
      • On the laugh track
        These days, streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, as well as premium cable channels like HBO, are dominating watercooler conversations and sweeping up awards shows. The reign of broadcast seems well past—at least when it comes to d
        - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
      • Quotables
        ‘I think the Holy Ghost is just fed up with it.’Televangelist Benny Hinn on the brand of prosperity gospel he once preached. “I think it’s an offense to the Holy Spirit to place a price on t
        - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
      • Dangerous descent
        John West is vice president of Discovery Institute, a Seattle-based think tank best known for its research and advocacy for intelligent design. West is also the author of several books, including Darwin Day in America, which examines how Charl
        - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -

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