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Giveaway: God's Favorite Place on Earth @FrankViola @David_C_Cook

This week, I'm giving away THREE COPIES of my friend, Frank Viola's new book, God's Favorite Place on Earth. I recently had the opportunity to ask Frank a few questions about his new book:

Margaret: For readers who aren’t familiar with your book, what do you want to resonate in their hearts and minds after reading? Continue Reading...

Christians Behaving Awesomely: The Story of Brent Cunningham & The Boston Marathon

All too often Christians make headlines for negative actions or attitudes. These stories tend to garner the most media buzz. But in the midst of the Boston Marathon tragedy, one Christian made international news for his act of kindness and generosity. [Tweet this]

Shortly after the bombs exploded, Brent and Karin Cunningham, along with their daughter Megan, encountered a runner who was unable to finish the race because of the explosions. Marathon rules only allow for those who finish the race to collect a medal, and Laura Wellington was a half-mile from the finish line when the bombs detonated. Continue Reading...

Is the Church Naive?

Margaret —  October 18, 2010 — 4 Comments

Is the Church Naive?
I'm always fascinated by the church in Europe, because I believe they hold rich insights into where the church in America is heading. I recently shared dinner with a witty professor and vicar from England. I asked him the following:  Knowing that the United States is increasingly becoming a post-Christian culture, what advice do you have for us?

He said something that's still ringing in my ears. Continue Reading...