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James Emery White

James Emery White (@JamesEmeryWhite) is the founding and senior pastor of Mecklenburg Community Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the author of several books, including most recently Meet Generation Z: Understanding and Reaching the New Post-Christian World. Find more of his writing and teaching at ChurchandCulture.org.

How NOT to Avoid Conversations About Religion

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WikiHow posted an article on how to avoid conversations about religion, but what if we flipped it?

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Preparing Kids for College to Challenge Their Faith

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The college environment is often hostile to childhood faith, so how do we prepare kids to leave college with their faith intact?

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A Final Lesson From Bill Hybels and Willow Creek

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There are so many lessons we can learn from the wreckage, but one in particular is seared into my psyche.

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What Is Truth in a Wiki World?

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How can we define truth in a culture that has democratized it, i.e., truth is based on the opinion of the majority?

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Why Winning Minds Is Essential to Evangelism

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We must be able to answer the ‘So what?’ questions in order to reach the hearts and minds of our friends and neighbors.

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Seeing Christianity Through Post-Christian Eyes

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A large part of sharing the gospel in a post-Christian culture is being sensitive to the potential confusion of our listeners.

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The Danger of Chasing the Latest Ministry Fad

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Making broad sweeping changes based on the latest book you read will leave you constantly chasing the wind.

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Summer Reading List 2018

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An eclectic blend of history, fiction, biography and more I’ve read in the past year or plan to read.

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Who Is the ‘God’ People Say They Believe In?

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Eighty percent of people say they believe in God. But what god do they believe in and how can we help them know the true God?

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How to Fix Our Seminaries

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Interest in the three-year Master of Divinity degree is declining. Here are some potential reasons why and what to do about it.

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