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4 Ways to Use Christianity Explored this Fall

While summer is in full swing, many pastors and church staff are looking towards the fall and planning for one of the busiest times on the church calendar. But in the midst of Sunday schools, small groups, and back-to-school bashes, it's important to create spaces for newcomers, young Christians, or churchgoers struggling with questions about …

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Spiritual but not religious: The rise (and surprise) of the Nones

by Randy Newman, Senior Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism, C.S. Lewis Institute and author of Mere Evangelism You’ve probably heard about “the rise of the nones,” that is, the steady and significant increase in the number of people who say they have no religion.* As Christians who love the mission of Christianity Explored and desire …

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Is changing a church’s culture possible? Karl’s story

This month, we've been sharing stories of lived changed by the Gospel through Christianity Explored. This week, we're sharing a story about how Christianity Explored can change the culture of a church. Meet Karl Willock, a former member of a pioneer church for Christianity Explored in the US. We spoke with Karl about his experience …

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When church is why they reject Jesus: Joy’s story

What happens when church is a reason someone leaves faith? How do we share the Gospel with those who may have been hurt by Christians? Meet Joy Sunyoung Fitzgerald, a woman who initially started Christianity Explored so she could learn to fight against faith better... yet unexpectedly fell in love with Jesus. Below is an …

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