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Chris Castaldo serves as director of the Ministry of Gospel Renewal for the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College. He is the author of Holy Ground: Walking with Jesus as a Former Catholic and a main contributor to Journeys of Faith: Evangelicalism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Catholicism, Anglicanism (January 2012). He blogs at www.chriscastaldo.com.
Great leaders break the mold. They can be succeeded but never replaced.
These victims of human trafficking and exploitation need hope. Jesus can change their lives.
Unbridled passion may spin out of control and inadvertently frustrate the purpose for which it was intended
Whatever the world may claim about him on any particular day, Jesus' central claim about himself is the last word.
Speaking about abortion isn't something polite people do—but Phil Robertson wouldn't exactly fit into our polite society, anyway.
Change can be slow and arduous, especially if you were raised in a religious tradition that strongly emphasizes the role of human merit.
Truth is recognized in quietness and galvanized in prayer.
We who have the greatest message in the world—the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ—ought to be the clearest and most compelling communicators.
Things may seem to be falling apart now; the center may indeed be crumbling. Yet because Christ has overcome, we can take heart.
It is not enough to understand Catholic doctrine; we must also pause to consider assumptions, priorities, attitudes, fears, and common commitments.