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    Your Desk Job Matters

    Corporate jobs may be frowned upon by many millennials, but they're still meaningful to God.  ...you're a bit of a YUP," my friend smiled. I stared back at him, confused. "What? Really? No way. You think?" I responded, contemplating the claim. "Oh for sure." He said. "But does it matter if y ...

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    Who Do You Say That I Am?

    CBMC International Annual Report for 2014 - JESUS CHRIST + THE MARKETPLACE = CBMC - In one of his parables, Jesus declared that the kingdom of God is like a grain of mustard seed that grows to become a tree “larger than all the garden plants” (Mark 8:30-32). Today, we live in a time when Jesus’ wo ...

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    Praises of Joy from CBMC Ethiopia

      Brothers Nathan Andrews, Berry Mwango, and Masimba Chimwara, your love and passion for the Lord's work within CBMC remains in our heart. The days we spent together in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, will continue to be a source of inspiration to press on despite the challenges we face on the road. ...

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    Think Again – Deep Questions

    We are living in an era when apologetics is indispensable, but at the same time, we need a Christian apologetic that is not merely heard—it must also be seen. The field of apologetics deals with the hard questions posed to the Christian faith. Having had deep questions myself, I listen carefully to ...

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Economics of Good and EvilEconomics Of Good And Evil -
Tomas Sedlacek

In addition to his economics expertise and policy experience, Tomáš is a practicing marketplace Christian who is not afraid to challenge public thinking about economic and social government policy. He wrote this book "to show that there is a much broader and fascinating story of economics than its mathematical perception."

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