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By David Roach

Christian Worldview Course Launches BibleMesh-IACE Partnership

A Christian worldview course taught by author and speaker John Stonestreet marks the beginning of a partnership between BibleMesh and the International Alliance for Christian Education (IACE). BibleMesh has “a lot of expertise in the digital world,” IACE President David Dockery said. “We’re borrowing that expertise, and they willingly share it with us because they …

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How to Make New Year’s Resolutions

Resolutions have yielded a mixed bag of successes and flops over the course of Christian history. A fourth-century Egyptian robber named Moses roamed the Nile Valley with a violent criminal gang, slaughtering people’s livestock for the pure joy of killing. Then he heard of monastic communities in the desert, resolving to join one and participate …

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God in Thanksgiving Proclamations

Each fall since 1863, the sitting US president has issued a proclamation declaring a national day of Thanksgiving. Though perhaps viewed by some as merely a pro forma holiday ritual, these proclamations evidence the rich American tradition of government leaders’ officially invoking God’s guidance and care. Without violating the First Amendment’s prohibition of establishing an …

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Proverbs Called “Invitation” to Wisdom by BibleMesh’s Quinn

Learning to be wise is difficult. That’s particularly evident in Proverbs 9, where the personifications of wisdom and folly begin their calls to passersby with identical language: “‘Whoever is simple, let him turn in here!’ To him who lacks sense she says …” (Proverbs 9:4, 16). Theologian and author Benjamin Quinn calls that similarity “arguably, …

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African Pastor Strengthened by BibleMesh-Union Partnership

When pastor Werner Hamukoto’s congregation in Namibia asked questions during Bible study, he had answers to give. But “it always felt as if it was the textbook answer,” he said, “and I didn’t really have the theological grounding” to support what I was saying. Thanks to an online degree program through BibleMesh and Union Theological …

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PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: Kirby Laing Centre

Anglican priest Bill Shergold feared what might happen when he visited Ace Café, a notorious mid-20th century biker headquarters in England. But his fears never materialized. Instead, he received a warm reception and ended up holding biker services at which young riders could dedicate themselves and their motorcycles to God’s service. Indeed, Shergold found that …

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