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Leading us well beyond the niceties of self-help literature, Montana pastor David Hansen gives us a rare look at the actual pastorate—the one th
Brandon O'Brien and Randy Richards shed light on the ways that Western readers often misunderstand the cultural dynamics of the Bible.
James Choung narrates this imaginative dialogue between three friends who attempt to come to terms with Christianity's loss of cultural capital, tecto
Drawing on her background in environmental engineering and her current pastoral role, Heather Zempel assesses the perils and possibilities inherent in
Come eavesdrop on a caffeinated debate between Randal Rauser and his atheist counterpoint, Sheridan.
Brian Howell provides an anthropology of short-term mission (STM) among American Christians.
Calling on seventy-five years of memories and lessons learned, Emilie Griffin reflects on the beauty and struggle of aging.
Trent Sheppard explores historical turning points as they've intersected college students in prayer.
Through her friendships with both victims and offenders, Marcia Owen learned that being present was precisely the opposite of violence--it was love.