People Are Being Discipled by Their Cable News | The Exchange

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In an interview on immigration with Steve Inskeep on NPR’s Morning Edition, I concluded by talking about discipleship. It was a bit tricky...

Letter From a Quarantined Home: Expressing Disappointment with Some of My White Brothers …...

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While lying here in my confined home, I came across your current statements suggesting that our present actions are impatient and unwise, encouraging...

White Fragility: A Conversation on Race and Racism Part Two | The Exchange

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Last week, we began a robust conversation about Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism....

Andy Stanley Explains Why His Megachurch Won’t Gather on Sundays Until 2021 | The...

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North Point Ministries announced they would be suspending in-person church services for the remainder of the year. This has made news all around...

The Loss of Civility and the Hard Work of Reconciliation | The Exchange

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Harsh winds and frozen grounds have set in for what is expected to be the Dark Winter of 2020. All that was lush,...

White House Administration Equipping Faith Leaders with To… | The Exchange

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As the Nation’s “Drug Czar,” I regularly travel around the country to understand how the addiction crisis is affecting local communities. People often...

Helping Hidden Heroes | The Exchange

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“I’ve been praying for 25 years that us officers would have a chaplain. Now—finally— we do.” – a Corrections Officer in Chicago For decades, faith...

Evangelism: Reconsidering Our Approach in a Pandemic | The Exchange

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Many churches have found effective and creative ways to be on mission and to engage in evangelism during the coronavirus crisis. At the...

Through the Eyes of a Woman: What I’ve Learned Over the Past 15 Years...

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In Part 1, I talked about my own journey of entering the evangelical world as a female. Sure, there have been challenges, but...

Some Things Mean More: The Friendship of Ginsburg-Scalia | The Exchange

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“He is something of a pagan, and like many other pagans, he is a very fine man.” This was the reflection of G.K. Chesterton...

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