By: Bob Ferguson Many moderate Baptist churches are more like Christian clubs - in which everyone resembles everyone else - than churches. If your church looks a lot like you, chances are you're in a club and not a church.
By: Nick Lear Most adults in churches have grown so used to what we do that we don't realize how weird church is for the vast majority of people, even more so for children and young people. And many of them leave when they're adults.
By: Bob Ferguson Evangelism has become a missing element in moderate Baptist life. If sharing the good news doesn't become the central focus of our mission, U.S. Protestant Christianity will lose its slow battle with attrition.
By: Mitch Randall The techniques of a capitalistic marketplace have penetrated the church and are instilled in many Christians' everyday lives. In our efforts to keep up appearances, we're lying to ourselves and to God.
By: Robert Parham Genocide is painfully frequent, but few churches address it. By collaborating with the Jewish community, Baptists and evangelicals may perhaps make progress preventing future genocides.
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