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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

The return of religion in China


Through a modest tutoring program, a congregation discovered its calling in mission to the community. And then it started to grow.


A Christian peace worker explains how drama, music and dance can help people struggling with deep trauma -- and why lament is healthy.

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Many Christians, if they think about vocation at all, think of calling in terms of young adults. Our churches, schools and campus ministries must embrace a lifelong understanding of vocation and equip their members to engage in the practices of discernment, the professor of practical theology writes in a new book.

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Congregations and institutions must name a vision and choose priorities that support it. Otherwise, they risk muddying their missions, weakening their impact, and confusing stakeholders, funders, and staff, writes a managing director at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

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All but destroyed during Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution, religious life -- including Christianity -- is once again on the rise in China, says the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of 'The Souls of China.'

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A young clergywoman offers suggestions for ways that men can be aware of and help combat sexism in the church.

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