An Anglican Shares Reflections On The Canadian Catholic Churches That Have Been Burned

An anonymous Anglican wrote an entry on Reddit about his thoughts on why the burning of churches in Canada was wrong in an attempt to bring some balance to the hotly debated issue.

Gab CEO Andrew Torba Encourages American Christians: ‘We Can And Will Overcome’ In The Name Of Jesus

Andrew Torba, CEO of free-speech platform Gab, called for the American people to support an American Populist movement ruled and unified by the Lord Jesus Christ.
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  • Thom Rainer

    Five Reasons a Christmas Eve Service Reaches the Unreached

    While Easter is the day most churchgoers decide to show up at the same time, Christmas Eve is indeed prime time for the unchurched. Why is that? Here are five key reasons.
  • Bryan Kim

    O Christmas Tree

    Last Monday, after a good 8 hours of continuous lecturing well into the evening at the seminary, I was well received at home by a bright Christmas tree in the corner of our dark living room. The brightness of the tree began to make my heart feel merry as well.
  • Thom Rainer

    Five Personal Leadership Lessons I've Learned the Hard Way

    I have positional leadership, but that does not mean I am truly a leader. There are several reasons for this rather negative self-assessment, but the essence of my own evaluation comes from my failure to learn quickly and adjust.
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    Grace Follows Those Who Are Grateful

    Thomas a Kempis says, “Grace always follows those who are grateful.” Those whom the grace of God follows are the blessed ones. Thomas a Kempis saw that the secret of the blessed one is gratitude. Because they are weak, human beings easily grumble and complain. God knows that human beings cannot …
  • Bryan Kim

    Sharing the 'Tofu Gospel' With the Muslim Community

    As they say, evangelizing to the Muslim community is as difficult as it is like trying to break a stone with an egg. It is not as though the Gospel is particularly difficult or inhumane. However, there is a widely held prejudice of hostility leading to the ostracizing and persecution of Christians.
  • Thom Rainer

    Four Reasons Sunday Attire Is Important to Christian Millennials

    “Those Millennials are so dang selfish. All they care about is their preference of worship style and their grungy clothes.” An older gentleman in a church made that statement to me. I did not make it up. Sadly, he said each of those words.
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    Start Each Day Anew

    While I was meditating on the Bible, I realized that God wants us to start afresh day by day. In the Bible, there are words such as new work, new spirit, new heart, new covenant, new song, new creation, new self, new life, new commandment, new strength, new wine, and new wineskin, etc. God is still …
  • Thom Rainer

    Four Differences Between Programs and Ministry Solutions

    I saw some non-program church leaders using the same resources as churches that were program-centered. I realized then that the definition of programmatic was not necessarily tied to the resources used. Instead I began to see four distinctive differences between what I now called programs and minist…
  • Thom Rainer

    Seven Ways Pastors Can Deal With the Monday Blues

    It can be the toughest day of the week for pastors. They have preached with passion and conviction. They have prayed for lives to be impacted. They have worked 15 hours on Sunday. Some have taken the barbs from critics. Others have self-doubt about their sermons. Some are considering quitting.
  • Tom Taylor

    Why My Faith Means I Must Vote Yes on Prop 62

    California voters will soon decide the future of the death penalty in our state. The November 8th ballot holds two options, Prop 62 and Prop 66. Prop 62 is simple: Replace our failed death penalty system with a life sentence without parole.
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