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Seeking justice and righteousness in campus sexual misconduct policies

When my son told me he wanted to play lacrosse, the first thought that popped in my head was, “Great. Lacrosse. The sport of rapists.”

Of course, I was thinking of the case in which three Duke University lacrosse players were accused of raping a woman at a party. As it turns out, the three men had been falsely accused. Criminal charges were dismissed and they were declared innocent of the...

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Many churches have different customs for celebrating the Lord’s Supper. Some churches celebrate this sacrament weekly, and others do it less often. Some of these also urge members to engage in a process of preparation during the week before communion. A preparatory litany is read, and members are challenged to examine themselves so that they do not take communion “in an unworthy manner.”

The examination is not meant to determine worthiness, because none of us is worthy. It is meant for careful self-reflection on the manner in which to take...

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Committing to Church Communications

Church communications isn’t an easy job. Because it brings together many factions of a church, it lends itself to being an area of conflict. People in different departments want to silo up and keep independence. Communications issues often evolve into bigger, tougher conversations about the vision...


In the Beginning …God (Part 1)

As the school science fair is gearing up, Chamy’s project ask some big questions about the universe that Lucille, Liz and Julia want to answer by proclaiming that God is the God of all things! Spike finds the gang some expert help from a surprising source.

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The Exodus from Egypt

Have you ever felt stuck, like God brought you to this place in life then abandoned you? That's where we find Moses and the Israelites in our study this week of Exodus 14 & 15. The children of Israel were between the proverbial "rock and a hard place." In front of them stretched an impassable sea;...

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Family Grieving: Navigating Loss Together

Grief is a universal experience. We all experience loss, but everyone expresses that grief in their own way.  When families grieve together it requires grace and compassion.

At first I was busy taking care of the things that had to be done, trying to shield my mom from as many decisions as I could. And as long as I was busy, I was ok. It wasn’t until about a month later that I realized that the...

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Under the Radar Hosts Dove Award Showcase

10.09.2014 Under the Radar Hosts Dove Award Showcase

Under the Radar highlights some of the best undiscovered and under-appreciated tunes from Christian artists.

This week, they teamed up with the Gospel Music Association (GMA) to bring some of these hidden gems center stage in downtown Nashville.

On Wednesday, Oct. 8, Under the Radar hosted the...

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Liz and His Pals from Kids Corner Make Great Traveling Companions for a Missionary Family

10.01.2014 Liz and His Pals from Kids Corner Make Great Traveling Companions for a Missionary Family

It isn’t often that a family of six can agree on something to listen to in the car. Something fun for the little ones, educational for pre-teens, and yet still entertaining for the parents… all with a Christian message. Is there such a thing?

Sheree Mann found the answer in a little lizard named...

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