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What’s Technology Really Doing to the Bible?

Three reasons Bible engagement is down — and three ways we can change that.

5 Don’ts for Church Leaders

It is time for the church to question form while remaining true to function.

8 Lessons for the Church from Downton Abbey

Both Downton Abbey and the Church are capable — reluctantly and imperfectly — of learning and change.

5 Things Christians Can Learn From Apple

It’s time for Christians to follow Apple’s lead and “Think Different.”

Collide: The Tinder for Christians

It quickly became clear that this app was not, in fact, made by actual evangelical Christians.

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Ten Reasons the Ten Commandments Are Still Relevant

Can these centuries-old guidelines still speak to our technologically driven lives?

Science vs. Religion Is Really a Three-Way Split

“Post-Seculars” are religious and scientifically minded, but break with both packs when the two collide.

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Why You Should Resolve to Regress

It took ditching my shiny new MacBook Air for a 1998 eMate to move forward.

Five Things I Wish Everyone Knew About TV Evangelists

What one “accidental” TV pastor has learned about the reality of TV evangelism world.

It’s Time to Get Off of Your Electronic Leash

Advent gives us the opportunity to really understand our need for moments of separation.

Is the End of Mark Driscoll’s Church a Sign for Satellite Churches?

Mars Hill Church is dissolving its network of video-powered churches. What does this mean for the growing satellite church movement?

Accidentally Spiritual

How I learned that the crisis of this age of distraction is a spiritual crisis.

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My virtual Jewish congregation

Jewish congregations have come late to the potential of reaching live audiences through multimedia.