This month’s cover story comes on the heels of the Trayvon Martin case that’s not only captured the nation’s attention since April, but has also brought the issue of racism to the forefront once again. But what is the church’s role in the discussion, and how are believers responding to the new dynamics of racism in America today? Steve Strang, Harry Jackson and Samuel Rodriguez offer a united voice as they boldly address “The Church’s Response to Racism.”
Strang also gives a behind-the-scenes account of how pastors in Sanford, Fla., where Trayvon Martin was shot, are crossing racial, denominational and cultural lines to offer the local community hope, healing and true reconciliation.
Just in time for Father’s Day, Jack Hayford teaches on how to “Speak Blessings Upon Your Children”—a rich lesson on using your tongue to impact your kids for good.
Whether you’re pinching pennies, without work or just wanting to stretch your giving, don’t miss Amie Streater’s 13 tips for “Giving More on Less.”
Jonathan Shibley, president of Global Advance, trains church and business leaders around the world, and he’s seeing a significant rise of business owners using their companies to advance God’s kingdom rather than just turn a profit. In “God’s Marketplace Move,” he reports on this exciting development that is truly shaping nations.
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