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Church choirs

9 Ways Worship Has Changed in 10 Years

For better or worse, church services are noticeably different than they were even 10 years ago. Can you name the nine ways researchers have uncovered? 

Healing Brokenness With Laughter

Chonda Pierce’s personal testimony of enduring abuse, depression and the death of two sisters is anything but funny. Yet the Christian comedian has used it—and lots of genuinely hilarious material—to heal hearts through laughter for more than 20 years.

What happens when the Holy Spirit is poured out on women?

Go and Tell: The Role of Women in Ministry

Should a woman preach, pray in the company of men or occupy a leadership role in a church? It's a hotly debated topic, but let's get to the heart of the matter.

How to Start Changing a Nation

Kalonga is a rural Ugandan village with 3,000 families comprised primarily of farmers earning less than $1.50 per day. See what one ministry is doing to change that.

Woman worshiping

Can Women Be Apostles?

Is the apostolic gifting for men only, for women too, or only for the original Twelve? Eddie Hyatt gives his take on this controversial issue.

What Turned This Pro Athlete Into a Sports Evangelist?

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.

gay christians?

Some Honest Questions for Professing 'Gay Christians'

More and more people who identify as LGBT are professing to be devoted Christians, believing that the church has wrongly interpreted the Scriptures through the centuries. Dr. Michael Brown has four pointed questions for people who hold these beliefs.

Tipping in the Name of Jesus

Christians May have a reputation for being lousy tippers, but an emerging movement of anonymous yet ultra-generous givers is turning that stereotype on its head.

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