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Where Do We Go from Here?

Where Do We Go from Here?

The 2016 election is history, and several things are clearer to us now than they were before. It turns out that vast swaths of Americans are comfortable voting for a presidential candidate who has said vile and hate-filled things about Muslims, Mexicans, African Americans, women, and the disabled.

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Diverse Group of Christian Leaders Calls for Respect for Presidential Outcome

Diverse Group of Christian Leaders Calls for Respect for Presidential Outcome

A diverse group of Christian leaders - including Bishop Claude Alexander, Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner, Rev. Joel Hunter, Rev. Traci Blackmon, Dr. Leith Anderson, Jim Wallis, and dozens more- issued a statement this afternoon calling for the presidential candidates and all Americans to respect the process and outcome of today's elections.

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The Reconnect 10-13-16 | Dr. Stephen Nichols (Ligonier) on the State of Theology in US | Conversation with Joel Hunter

The Reconnect 10-13-16 | Dr. Stephen Nichols (Ligonier) on the State of Theology in US | Conversation with Joel Hunter

What do Americans actually believe when it comes to theology? Ligonier Ministries just released a study on The State of Theology exploring this question. Dr. Stephen Nichols joins us to recap some of the important findings and how we can use them. Then, we talk with Dr....

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When Crisis Comes To Town

When Crisis Comes To Town - National Association of Evangelicals

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS In this podcast, a longtime pastor and respected leader reflects on the recent Pulse nightclub shooting in his hometown and shares: What kind of leadership pastors can bring to communities in crisis; How churches can prepare for such events; How his conversion story impacts his ministry ...

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Setting the Global Table

Food and faith go way back: The pretzel is supposed to remind one of a child kneeling in prayer, invented by French monks around 610 A.D. The extreme length of the average rice noodle represents longevity, particularly important to those of the Taoist tradition.

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