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July 11, 2014
Editor’s Note: This interview is the fifth installment of Evangelical Action’s series “How Does Your Church Grow?” and is your opportunity to meet the pastors of the local church plants, hear their stories, and…
July 9, 2014
The story—a kind of anti-testimony, an un-come-to-Jesus moment—makes readers feel like this is a common occurrence, encouraging some while demoralizing others. It might be misleading, and it might even be rhetorical over-reach, but it is an effective strategy.
June 26, 2014
It seemed time to ask a self-described “progressive” minister in metro D.C. what it looks like to reach out to young professionals. So I did.
June 26, 2014
Despite what some Evangelicals might think, there is something more important than the outcome of the Hobby Lobby case.
June 20, 2014
Christian denominations are trying to crack the code when it comes to attracting Millennials to their congregations. But as recent news suggests, the successful formula has little to do with popular Christian trends.
June 18, 2014
Many churches have reformatted their worship style or created a special service style for young adults and youth groups. As effective as it is to involve young people in the life of the church, Josh Kulah feels that these contemporary services and programs do not define the role of young adults in any church setting.
May 10, 2014
Millennial evangelicals have big hearts. We know that social justice is an important facet of Christianity. So why are we ignoring the voices of our brothers and sisters in Christ who are being harassed, kidnapped, arrested, beaten, beheaded, and burned alive for their faith?
April 14, 2014
The Greek word for “Symposium” originally meant to gather and drink together. Unfortunately, that is not what we have been doing the past two weeks here at the IRD. We have, however, managed to…
April 10, 2014
Recently, some have prominently called for American churches to better attract young adults by pandering to secular liberal values, particularly on sex outside of man-woman marriage. But how well do such efforts actually work, either in achieving their goal of attracting young adults or in maintaining basic Christian faithfulness?