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Here’s How the New Christian Left is Twisting the Gospel

March 9, 2015

Peek behind the curtain of some “progressive” or “hip” evangelical churches, past the savvy technology and secular music, and you will find more than just a contemporary worship service. You’ll find faith leaders encouraging…

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What It’s Like to be Young, Faithful, and Conservative

February 3, 2015

It isn’t easy surviving the high-pressure, high-cost life of Washington D.C. when you’re a powerful consultant or bureaucrat. So imagine doing it as a young Christian conservative.


An Interview with Pastor Garret Kell: “Before We Take a Stand, We Must Begin on Our Knees”

January 30, 2015

Settling into his role as Pastor of Del Ray Baptist Church in Alexandria Virginia, Garrett Kell kindly shared some of his time to explain his vision for ministering to Christian professionals, evangelists and activists in Washington D.C.


A Bright Light versus Evangelical Anarchism

December 30, 2014

Pick any random number of churches that have lost significant membership and check out their acceptance of liberal theology.


What Does Grandpa’s Religion Teach Us?

October 23, 2014

Searching. There it is in black and white. One of the most popular answers to one of the biggest questions facing the Evangelical community.

Chelsen Vicari's new book, Distortion, will be released September 2.

New Book Warns of Evangelical Left Influence on Millennials

August 29, 2014

A new generation of Evangelical Christians is vulnerable to liberalizing trends in the U.S. church, according to a young new author who pushes back at a culture in which not giving offense is prized more than telling uncomfortable truths.


IRD’s Chelsen Vicari to Join Christian Solidarity Trip to Israel

August 12, 2014

IRD Evangelical Action Director Chelsen Vicari will travel to Israel in August as a part of the “Christians in Solidarity with Israel” trip.


Millennials, the Church, society, and the world

July 11, 2014

Certain events or moments in history uniquely define each generation’s political and societal consciousness, setting it apart and distinguishing it from others that came before or are to follow, and imprinting upon it certain…


The Local Church: Equipping the Saints

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…


How to Fight Evangelicals with Narrative, Part 1

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.


The Local Church: Pubs Instead of Pews

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.


A Millennial’s Take on the Hobby Lobby Case

June 26, 2014

Despite what some Evangelicals might think, there is something more important than the outcome of the Hobby Lobby case.