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Jim Wallis on welcoming the stranger

Editor’s note: This is the sixth and final installment in A More Welcoming Way, a series of TC articles on the immigration experience, attempts at reform and the church’s role in the process.

For the past few years, Sojourners has been intimately involved in efforts to reform America’s broken immigration system. We took up this issue because we believe that our Christian faith compels us to...

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A GLIMPSE OF THE HOLY

Spiritual disciplines prepare us to worship God. Worship brings us into God’s presence. We can’t expect to see God like Isaiah did. God keeps his glory hidden for our own good (Exodus 33:19-23) so that it won’t destroy us. But we might catch a glimpse of his holiness.

Isaiah’s response is instinctive and instructive. Seeing God surrounded by angels singing “Holy, Holy, Holy,” a terrified Isaiah exclaims, “Woe to me! … I am … unclean.” Isaiah feels hopeless and helpless, as good as dead and justly condemned. He makes the appropriate response: an...

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6 Strategies for Great Leadership

If you’ve ever heard Bill Hybels speak about leadership, you know he is on the forefront of what it means to be a leader. As an attender of Willow Creek Community Church, I’m fortunate to hear Bill teach a lot. Recently, he shared six strategies good leaders use all based on the biblical story of...

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Heart of Grace

What’s wrong with Chamy? Why is she crying? Lucille finds out and learns a lesson about being a friend. Also a new KC song premieres!

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God’s Rich Mercy & Great Love

In a much loved passage in Ephesians 2, the Apostle Paul notes that there is spiritual deadness we can't do anything about on our own, because naturally the dead can't do anything for themselves. However, Paul takes a dramatic turn and moves us from the paralysis of being spiritually dead to...

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Cultivating Empathy

Have you known someone who knows what you're feeling, just by looking at you? Some people may be naturally tuned to another's emotions, but that doesn't mean the rest of us can't develop our emotional radar. Empathy is a skill, one we can cultivate to become more compassionate in our relationships. Sympathy is simply feeling sorry for someone, or maybe happy for them.But empathy is a deeper...

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National Religious Broadcasters Honors Back to God Ministries Int’l for 75 Years of Media Ministry

03.06.2015 National Religious Broadcasters Honors Back to God Ministries Int’l for 75 Years of Media Ministry

We're proud to announce that the National Religious Broadcasters honored our parent ministry, Back to God Ministries International, at its annual convention with the NRB Milestone Award recognizing 75 Years of ministry proclaiming the gospel and strengthening the church. NRB presents awards to...

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Celebrating the Ministry of Radio Broadcasting

12.12.2014 Celebrating the Ministry of Radio Broadcasting

As Back to God Ministries International celebrates 75 years of telling God’s story this December, we remember the radio stations that have partnered with us over the decades to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ.

One of those partners is also celebrating a significant anniversary: This month,...

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