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Maybe you are thinking, Why do we need to start new churches? In today's article, Winfield Bevins responds to six myths that commonly surround the mandate to plant churches.

John Wesley did not consider eating to be a morally neutral act. In fact, wellness and diet were central to Wesley’s message in ways that might seem strange to most American churchgoers today. Read more on the blog from Bill Guerrant, a farmer and leader in the food movement.

Is doctrine divisive? Justus Hunter explains what doctrine actually is and how to find unity.

More than simply the final guarantee of life after death, Easter was the decisive start of the general resurrection and has set in motion the final redemption and transformation of all creation.
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Much has changed in America since 1963 when Martin Luther King’s prophetic rang from the Birmingham jail. At the same time, many things remain the same. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary by Lisa Yebuah to learn more about race as a gospel issue.

In this Seven Minute Seminary, founder of Q Gabe Lyons offers four questions for us to consider as we move into the space of culture-creating.

How can families use technology responsibly? Ben Snyder reviews the book, The Tech-wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in its Proper Place, by Andy Crouch.

Why does it matter that ISIS is going around destroying ancient pagan temples? Aren't they better off destroyed anyway? Josh McNall shares why Christians should support the protection of ancient pagan sites.

Joseph Wood shares how he saw his city Manchester "strangely warmed" after the tragic events that happened there earlier this week.

The month of Ramadan, a time of prayer and fasting for Muslims, lasts from June 28th - July 28 in 2014. Get up to speed on the basics of Islam with these 7 quick facts that will help you understand and connect with your Muslim neighbors.