The Way Home: Episode 67 featuring Keith Getty

Keith and his wife Kristyn Getty have sparked a hymn-writing and hymn-singing revolution in the evangelical church. Today, songs like “In Christ Alone”, “The Power of the Cross,” “Oh, Church Arise” and others are a regular part of worship at churches and Christian conferences across the world. Keith has appeared on CBS, PBS and the BBC and performed…

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Get Caught Up on Church History

Followers of Christ should know their church history, not so you can win trivia games at the church potluck, but to get a sense of the sweep of God’s work in building His church in the last 2,000 years. Furthermore, a sense of church history keeps us grounded in good ways, from seeing our moment…

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The Way Home: Episode 66 featuring Mark DeMoss

Mark DeMoss is Founder and President of DeMoss, the nation’s largest public relations agency serving Christian organizations and causes. One hundred of the largest non-profit organizations in America count on DeMoss for counsel and support in the areas of communications, media relations, marketing, and crisis management. Mark is also an author whose 2007 book The Little…

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The Church of the Future

Most of the time, expert musings about what the worldwide church will look like involve demographic surveys, technological advancements, and philosophical reflections. Bestselling authors and popular conferences focus on future trends. It’s important for churches to be part of this discussion so they can freshly apply the gospel to the moment and help their people…

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The Way Home: Episode 65 featuring Mindy Belz

Mindy Belz is the senior editor of World Magazine. Her journalism has taken her across the globe. She has covered war on almost every continent. Lately she’s covered the driving of Christians from their ancestral home in places like Syria, Iraq, and Libya. She is also the author of the important new book, They Say We…

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The Way Home: Episode 64 featuring Joni Eareckson Tada

Joni Erickson Tada is a real-life hero. A diving accident at the age almost fifty years ago might have made her a quadriplegic, but it didn’t destroy her soul. For the next nearly half-decade, Joni has shown the world what it means to suffer well, with pain, to advocate for those who are disabled, and…

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