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Category: Theology 101

  • Theology 101

He walked, talked, wrote, and taught with so much wisdom and wondrous grace. Our hearts overflow with rejoicing in remembrance…

  • Theology 101

While I graduated in the last century, the things that are important don’t really change because they are based on…

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How Pentecost Reminds Us That God Is At Work

By: Dr. Joshua Nangle

7 minute read

Pentecost Sunday is a day of celebration for Christians of all denominations and traditions. During Pentecost Sunday, which was this…

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IFWE’s Recommended Summer Reading List for 2023

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

4 minute read

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer for many. Whether you crack open a book in your backyard…

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This coming Monday is “Whit Monday,” traditionally the day after the Christian holy day of Pentecost, which is this Sunday….

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What Pentecost Means for Our Work (Part 2)

By: Russell Gehrlein

8 minute read

In my Christian walk, I have observed several key truths about the Holy Spirit I would like to explore as…

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What Pentecost Means for Our Work (Part 1)

By: Russell Gehrlein

7 minute read

The Day of Pentecost has sometimes been overlooked in many churches I have attended, which is unfortunate. What happened with…

  • Theology 101

If there was one thing I could tell a recent graduate it would be, “You are made in the image…

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Does It Matter Where Women Work?

By: Carolyn McCulley

7 minute read

Japan has a problem that foreshadows the future for many developed nations: a falling birth rate. Its fast-shrinking population means…

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Usury in Nehemiah

By: Dr. Chad Brand

9 minute read

So far we have observed Old Testament references to usury in Leviticus and Deuteronomy, Psalms and Ezekial. Today we will…

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