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Pruitt’s ‘Revival Generation’ helps leaders walk students toward faith renewal

DALLAS – Shane Pruitt, national director of next gen evangelism at the North American Mission Board (NAMB), has been praying for the next generation to awaken to the goodness and glory of Jesus, and he wanted church leaders to have a resource that could spur students to deeper faith that extends beyond platitudes.

To reach Gen Z, commit to face time

NASHVILLE (BP) — The new year brings new beginnings, but a lot needs to be said for consistency. Ministry needs to be face-to-face as much as possible and Gospel-centric, not activity based, veteran youth leaders say.

FIRST-PERSON: In the fog, there are tidings of comfort and joy

G.K. Chesterton called Charles Dickens the poet of fog. In A Christmas Carol, the fog of London serves as a backdrop from which characters emerge with lamps, light.

From hurt to healing, New England state exec’s testimony preaches forgiveness

NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. (BP) – The admission would shock many, and even more so coming from a pastor. However, it’s part of Terry Dorsett’s testimony from what he calls “a dark period” in his life that ultimately shows the power of forgiveness as delivered only through Christ.

FIRST-PERSON: Giving thanks is just beginning

When the world rocks back and forth from disaster to war to tragedy, people tend to think about the end times, and I am one of them. Christians yearn for Jesus to return and set the world right, bringing deliverance to some and justice[MOU1]  to others.

In Georgia, this workday lunch break connects others to Jesus

WOODSTOCK, Ga. (BP) – A step away from the daily work routine can make all the difference in the world.

FIRST-PERSON: Telling the next generation

“Are you serious?” I nearly shrieked. “Surely there is someone else, someone better.” My mind was blown.

Small but mighty, microchurches encourage growth through disciplemaking

CHARITON, Iowa (BP) — Paul Miller points out that in Scripture, there was the church at Antioch, the church at Jerusalem and the church at Caesarea, among others. They had no particular building, but were made up of believers who studied Scripture, prayed and told others their story of being saved by Jesus.

Toddlers best poised to learn biblical worldview, research shows

GLENDALE, Ariz. (BP) – Children begin developing a worldview as early as 15 months old, and parents are doing a poor job of discipling children during formative years, researcher George Barna said in his latest findings.

FIRST-PERSON: ‘When disaster strikes’ sounds like a PSA. It is, sort of …

We live in a fallen world, and it’s never more evident than when we view disasters — both physical and personal.