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  • How Can I Heal After an Abusive Church Experience?

    With God's help, you can leave behind the painful memories of difficult church experience.

  • How Can I Heal After an Abusive Church Experience?

    With God's help, you can leave behind the painful memories of difficult church experience.

  • Jungle Doctor Signed a Decision Card

  • The Decisive Nature of Children's Ministry

    No matter how good you design a church service to be, if the children's ministry is bad, people won't come back - unless they're folks without kids.

  • A Postmodernist Looks at Sin, Grace, and the Future of Christianity

    Richard Rorty wants no ?Kingdom? and no ?God.? He wants no truth claims at all. But there are lessons here for Christians as well. More and more of us are captivated by the glow of ?wishy-washiness? instead of the discomfort of actually having to say something to an increasingly hostile culture.

  • The Most Important Sub-Ministry In Your Church

    In a recent interview surrounding my new book, The Rise of the Nones: Understanding and Reaching the Religiously Unaffiliated (Baker), I made the statement that the most important sub-ministry of any church is its children?s ministry. Period.

  • 10 Things Every Church Should Stop Doing to First-Time Guests

    Just ask yourself what you wouldn?t want done to you if you went to a new church this weekend.

  • Garrison Keillor Says Farewell: Lessons from Lake Wobegon

    Garrison Keillor is soon walking off stage, but there?s much we can learn from his God-haunted and persistently excellent career.

  • Garrison Keillor, Beloved Host of 'A Prairie Home Companion,' is Retiring

    Garrison Keillor has walked off the stage, but there?s much we can learn from his God-haunted and persistently excellent career.

  • My Dad?s Favorite Songs Remind Me of Where My Hope Really Is?

    Father's Day is here again and that day is always bittersweet.