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Americans Turn to Scripture in Search for Love

As it turns out, many are looking for love in the perfect place — the Bible.

Evangelicals, More Than Others, Plan to Watch Super Bowl

A new survey from Public Religion Research Institute finds 53 percent of white evangelical Protestants say they are very likely to watch the game. That’s 10 points higher than the national average of 43 percent.

Does God Care About the Super Bowl?

New research finds most Americans are skeptical about divine intervention on the football field. They say God doesn’t determine who wins or loses. And most believe God has bigger things to be concerned about.

Half of Americans Call Themselves Pro-Choice

Half of Americans call themselves pro-choice on abortion, Gallup finds, compared to 44 percent who say they are pro-life.

On Our Radar

Blessed and Broken: Leading as an Imperfect Person

I’m dearly loved by my heavenly Father and I’m deeply sinful—how can the two go together?

Book Review: Experiencing the Trinity

Of Joe Thorn’s latest book, Joey Cochran says, “Every person needs the truths from Experiencing the Trinity. We’re all weak, vulnerable to sin, and prone to revert to old ways.”

5 Books On Our Radar for October 2015

Here are five books we have on our radar as titles that can help you and your ministry, including Matt Papa’s “Look and Live” and Jefferson Bethke’s “It’s Not What You Think.”

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