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Knowing how to ask and answer questions, along with knowing what we believe, why we believe it, and what others believe will better enable Christians to operate in American’s changing religious landscape.
Facts & Trends spoke with several Christian humanitarian groups about the situation on the ground in Nepal, what they were doing, and how people could best partner with their work.
A surface level skim of the Pew study offers a grim reflection of Christianity in America. But the underlying data gave a more complicated (and perhaps encouraging) picture.
Here’s the favorites of our staff this week: an online conference, religion research, a new book, audio books, and an interesting biography. What’s your favorite?
The summer months offer churches increased flexibility and different opportunities to reach their community. Diana Davis offers 13 ideas your church can use to take advantage of the break from school and warmer weather.
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- How to Embrace Families of Kids with Special Needs
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The teenage years have always been tumultuous and adding social media into the volatile mix certainly doesn’t make things easier, but both you and your children can not just survive this time, but thrive in it.
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- Social Media: Hashtag Do’s and Don’ts
- Who’s on Social Media? Here’s What Your Church Needs to Know
- High-tech Homiletics: A Conversation About Technology & Preaching