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Generation Z, Justice, and the Gospel: A Call for Balance

Eric Metaxas – Many members of Generation Z are choosing justice over the gospel, but they don’t have to. They can choose both. Generation Z—roughly those young people born between the mid-1990s and mid-2000s—is known for a lot of things: its technological savvy, its commitment to social justice, its loneliness, its online connectedness, and its seemingly […]

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Choosing To Serve Rather Than To Be Served

May 21, 2018 – Ken Korkow  Years ago, the term “servant leadership” moved into prominence in business and professional circles. For some it seemed a contradiction in terms, what grammarians call an “oxymoron.” Leaders are the ones who are supposed to be served, right? However, writers like Robert K. Greenleaf and others pressed the point […]

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Are You A Tourist Or An Ambassador?

May 14, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Most of us have enjoyed being tourists, visiting new cities, even another nations. I have not been as well-traveled as some people, but have appreciated opportunities to visit nearly a dozen other countries. Being a tourist can take us to places we might have only heard people talk […]

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Good News About Prayer: It’s Good For You and The World

Eric Metaxas – There’s been much disparaging of “thoughts and prayers” lately. But I’ll tell you why prayer is good for you and for the world. Want to enrage a secularist? Well, the next time there’s a natural disaster or national tragedy, such as another mass shooting, you can say that your “thoughts and prayers” are […]

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Thinking Through Workplace Priorities

May 7, 2018 – Rick Boxx  Early in my business career, like many young people I was trying to gain an understanding of what striving for success would require. One of the things I learned in this process was far from anything I had anticipated. The first time I met Gregg, he said, “Rick, if […]

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Young Professionals CBMC Training, Kiev, Ukraine

Frans van Santen, Young Professionals Coordinator, CBMC Europe (Europartners)  Recently we had the privilege to train 70 young professionals in Kiev, Ukraine, about Authentic Biblical Leadership. It was a great time of learning and fellowship together. See what the business and professionals had to say about their time together here.

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Who Cares Where You Went To School?

April 30, 2018 — Robert J. Tamasy  “What kind of work do you do?” This is a question we typically ask someone we have just met, maybe during a business trip or in a coffee shop. It’s a way of getting acquainted. People also ask, “Where did you go to school?” or, “What college did […]

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Work Isn’t Optional We Were Saved to Be Truly Human

John Stonestreet – Some are saying that Christians have lost the culture. But what if it was never a war to win, instead it was a calling to embrace? If there is an overarching theme for BreakPoint—starting with Chuck Colson and now with Eric and me—it’s culture. Specifically, how Christians can understand it, engage it, confront […]

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Understanding the Mind of Modern Atheists

A journey about truth in belief. ‘Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away” (Matthew 24:35). Anthony DeStefano uses this Bible quote toward the end of his new book Inside the Atheist Mind: Unmasking the Religion of Those Who Say There Is No God, pointing to the resiliency and truth […]

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The Workplace — And The Sabbath

April 23, 2018 — Jim Mathis  Many of us struggle with not having enough time to get things done. Employers often expect us to be on call 24 hours a day. Self-employed people have an even greater challenge in trying to get away for a few days – or even a few hours. Studies have […]

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