Evangelicalism

Failure to launch

Voices | God is at work even in church startups that fall apart
by Janie B. Cheaney
Posted 6/08/17, 12:24 am

They had a dream: a God-ordained dream. After years of service in a foreign land, where they met and married and learned to speak the language fluently, they were ready to establish themselves in one area that would become their home, perhaps for the rest of their lives. They would raise their kids, start a business, establish a church, and win souls to Christ. Their goals were admirable and honest, and all the early obstacles were overcome. Surely the Lord’s hand was on this enterprise—until it failed.

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Preaching to millennials

Q&A | Connecting to a longing for significance
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 4/27/17, 03:57 pm

Trevin Wax is a book publisher (Lifeway Christian Resources) and the author of a new book, This is Our Time: Everyday Myths in Light of the Gospel. Here are edited excerpts of an interview in front of students at Patrick Henry College. (For more from this interview, see “Millennial mission” and “Battering the gates.”)

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Evangelical leaders urge Trump to reconsider refugee order

Immigration | Those who signed open letter say U.S. can’t close its doors to global humanitarian crisis
by Evan Wilt
Posted 2/09/17, 03:20 pm

WASHINGTON—Thousands of evangelical leaders are asking President Donald Trump to reconsider his executive order pausing the United States refugee program and barring travel from seven Muslim-majority countries.

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