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Calling future preachers!
posted 7/30/2014 3:37:11 PM
This past week, the North American Christian Convention, Pepperdine University, and Mike Baker, senior pastor at
Life On Mission book by Tim Harlow
posted 7/28/2014 9:15:13 AM
If you've downloaded the Christian Standard app you've already received a free sample chapter of Tim Harlow's new book "Life on Mission: God's People Finding God's Heart for the World." But Tim released the complete book as well as a six-week
Help CMF Send 65!
posted 7/22/2014 4:59:21 PM
As Christian Missionary Fellowship International (Indianapolis, IN) celebrates its 65th anniversary this coming year, it's set an ambitious goal of finding 65 new missionaries before the end of 2015 to join



North American Christian Convention
In the Washington Post
posted 3/4/2013 10:12:14 AM
Recently, Kyle Idleman, teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church (Louisville, KY), shared an article in the Washington Post's "Guest Voices" column, a section focused on faith and its impact on the news. The piece, titled "Is entertainment our new American idol?" discussed the "surrogate religions of entertainment."

"For example, a few years ago, my youngest daughter wanted nothing more than to go to a Colts football game in Indianapolis," he writes. "We woke up early on Sunday and went to a local church. A few hours later, I was sitting among 80,000 fans in Lucas Oil Stadium, and yes, I had my own face painted. We both cheered until we lost our voices. On the drive home, as my exhausted daughter slept, I couldn't help but think about the fact that I had really attended two worship services that day."

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