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July 16, 2006

Editor's journey: Do we really want them?

Conversation: Dean Merrill
Author Dean Merrill calls on Christians to be people of peace.

On-the-job training ground
Honesty matters. Living out your faith on the job, even when no one’s looking, is ever important in our if-it-feels-good-do-it culture.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY
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Things change ... now what?
How to make peace with the changing church — while holding fast to the unchanging calling of Christ.
BY LEW SHELTON
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Workplace witness: Living the faith 9 to 5 and beyond
A look at your rights, and responsibilities, in the workplace.
BY MARK A. KELLNER

How to stop making Jesus look bad
An excerpt from Dean Merrill’s new book Damage Control. As believers we are called to be ambassadors for Christ. Are you living up to the standard?


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