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Everybody, Always

What does it look like to love people, even the difficult ones, without distinction and without limits? Bob Goff shares Bob Goff is the New York Times bestselling author of Love Does and Everybody Always, as well as the founder of Love Does, a nonprofit organization that operates schools and

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Calling Versus Narcissism

The way we think about our life's work has the potential to advance good or to become self-referential. If we focus on understanding God's purposes and where we can join His work in the world, the results will be very different from self-focused individualism. Jo Saxton looks at the thin

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Reparations

While debates surrounding reparation and restitution have usually taken place in the government sphere, (i.e., Germany’s reparations to Israel after WWII) these efforts can be clouded with misunderstanding and apathy, and usually end in a stalemate. But does the Church have a responsibility to repair the sins of

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Gender Equality In The Church

As an Anglican parish pastor, Ashley Mathews understands firsthand the necessity of men and women treating each other as equals — especially in a church context. She’ll lay out a vision of Christian gender justice that requires each of us to examine our own assumptions and biases and consider why

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Politically Homeless

If “Did Not Vote” would’ve been a candidate in the last Presidential election, it would have won by a landslide. For many, the polarized political scene has left them feeling disillusioned and politically homeless. Michael Wear, a former Obama administration sta er, will speak about his experience of political

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Kingdom Virtues

The Kingdom of God enables people to live their fullest life within God’s love and provision, and Tony Evans seeks to bring this message and reality to diverse groups of people. Tony will help us think through what it means to be Kingdom-oriented in our thinking, actions, and faith

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The Courage To Lead

On the heels of the #metoo movement came #churchtoo — exposing the abuse, harassment, and misogyny taking place in churches, places where people should experience mutual support, leadership, and empowerment. Lisa Bevere shares how the New Testament shows people of different genders working together for the good of all.

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Exorcism

The Catholic Church is receiving more requests for exorcisms than ever before, suggesting an unprecedented cultural openness to the spiritual world — both divine and demonic. There are more shows, games, and movies dealing with these concepts, yet most people lack understanding of the demonic realm. Adam Blai trains Catholic priests

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Understanding Sexual Exploitation

Women’s experiences of harassment, exploitation, and assault are coming more fully to light in our culture. While efforts have been made to protect women from further harassment, we often don’t understand why victimization occurs. Lisa Thompson, the VP for the National Center on Exploitation, teaches us about the

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Overcoming Our Greatest Affliction

We are the most powerful generation in history, but also the loneliest, most anxious, and most depressed. We’re meant to flourish in heart, soul, mind, strength, and relationship — yet culture asks us undermine our personhood to acquire power. Andy Crouch, author and partner at Praxis, reminds us what we

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