Fire in My Bones, by J. Lee Grady

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It's Time to Get Rewired

Why the American church has a “wiring” problem when it comes to engaging the culture with the gospel—and how you can help to fix that read more

The Problem With Being Relevant

The church is at a crossroads, as many congregations have made cultural relevance more important than a true, life-changing encounter with God. Here’s what can steer us on the right path. read more

Making a Long-Term Impact on Uganda

Located 96 miles northeast of Gulu, Kalonga is a rural Ugandan village with 3,000 families comprised primarily of farmers earning less than $1.50 per day. Every day brings with it a singular struggle to survive, leaving no room for concern about the future. Children in the village have no opportunity for education, which perpetuates the cycle of poverty, and the village has no clean water source, which leads to rampant water-borne diseases. read more

Skier Transcends the Sport 

Kristi Overton Johnson was only 4 years old when her parents taught her how to water ski. She turned professional at the age of 13 and became the world record holder in women’s slalom for an impressive 18 years. read more

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