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Shattering the Myth of “Peter Pan” Existence

September 3, 2015 • By

Peter PanToday’s post is from Mel Walker. Mel is a veteran youth worker, speaker, and writer. He is the Vice President for Communications & External Relations at Summit University in Clarks Summit, PA and is the co-founder and president of Vision For Youth – an international network of youth ministries. He most recent book is Inter-Generational Youth Ministry: Why a Balanced View of Connecting the Generations is Essential for The Church.

Children grow up!

Certainly, we know that to be true. But, I am convinced that there are many parents and church leaders alike who are so concerned with now that a long-term view of maturity can be lost in the immediate reality of what is necessary at the moment.

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Bioethics: What is it? And why should Christians care?

August 20, 2015 • By

BioethicsThursdays feature guest bloggers. Today’s post is by Michael Kapottos. Michael holds a master’s degree in Bioethics from Case Western Reserve University and is a 2nd year medical student at the Liberty University College of Medicine

Physician assisted suicide. Stem Cell Research. Racial Disparities. Withdrawal of life-support. Organ donation. Some of the most disputed and hotly debated news stories of our time are centered on bioethical issues and the impact they have on our society.  While these issues create exciting primetime news stories, what really is bioethics? And, why should evangelical Christians even care about bioethics?

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Of Earth

August 13, 2015 • By

Creation GroansThursdays feature guest bloggers. Today’s post is by Josh Tingler. Josh is the Pastor of Student Ministries at Independent Bible Church (Martinsburg, WV). Follow him on Twitter here. The structure of today’s post is a bit different, as Josh is a gifted poet.

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My Dyslexia and the Bible

August 6, 2015 • By

Dyslexia and the Bible

Thursdays feature guest bloggers. Today’s post is by Eddie Ferguson. Eddie is the Pastor of Missions and Outreach at Bethesda Baptist Church (Brownsburg, IN). Follow him on Twitter here.

“Did you know that I am a behavioral psychologist?” These were the first English words I ever heard my teacher speak to me.