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Preoccupied with Love: Lifting High Evangelism Again

Ed: It’s hard to deny that we are living in challenging times culturally. The church’s influence is fading, and we are struggling to find answers to some hard questions. What’s your take on the health of the church today, especially as it relates to our witness? Dominique: Amid increasing political …

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When the Word Becomes Words

The word of God comes riding in on a camel. It’s a kind of modern-day Palm Sunday in Northern Kenya, the nomadic Rendille people waving their worn sticks instead of palm branches, the Word of God itself stacked in bound cardboard boxes, lashed to the hump of a swaying dromedary. …

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Urbana Faces the Challenge of Calling Gen Z to Missions

Plenty of today’s evangelical leaders look back to Urbana conferences over the years as the catalyst that drove them to ministry. But for the shrinking crowd at InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s (IVCF) triennial conference—held over the past few days in St. Louis—the path to the mission field appears more complicated. The …

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A Voice in the Crowd

The Huffington Post recently drew eye rolls with a tweet claiming that the beloved children’s TV classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was “seriously problematic.” The accompanying video pointed out all kinds of bigotry and abuse in the show—which, as responders were quick to point out, the show was not actually …

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CT’s 2018 Cover Stories, Ranked

Yes, we only publish 10 cover stories per year. But we’re proud of all of them! Here are CT’s 2018 print features, ranked in reverse order of which ones our online readers read most. Let’s block ads! (Why?) Christianity Today Magazine

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The Gospel Work of Song

When my nine-year-old daughter communicates with me about something that happens in her day at school, she uses gestures, eyebrows, words, and inflections to try to get the story from her heart into mine. For a child, everyday conversation is something more like singing than talking. Music, relationship, and storytelling …

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CT’s Top 15 Articles for Pastors in 2018

We hope all of Christianity Today’s content is valuable for those in vocational ministry, but we also publish articles specifically for pastors. Here are our top 15 most-read articles from our Pastors section, ranked in reverse order. Let’s block ads! (Why?) Christianity Today Magazine

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