Election Day Dialog: How Are We Political?


To be nonpartisan doesn’t mean we’re nonpolitical. We should refuse to get sucked into political camps and insist on pulling the best out of all of them.

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Happy Birthday, Haiti Partners!


I will never forget the day I was trying to eat dinner in a Port-au-Prince restaurant. As I was about to put my fork into the steak that was on my plate, I happened to look to the window on my right.

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Undoing the Mess That America Made


Just before the United States and the United Kingdom, along with token forces from a handful of other countries, invaded Iraq for the second time, Wheaton College staged a debate between Gary Bauer (a one-time candidate for the Republican nomination for the presidency) and me over the wisdom and the morality of the invasion.

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A Small Step Towards Peace in Israel-Palestine

Small Step Towards Peace In Israel Palestine

JULY 18, 2014 | BY: TONY CAMPOLO — Jesus once said that if we are faithful in little things, He would make us the ruler over great things…

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A Cure for Ministerial Burnout: Contemplative Prayer

Contemplative Prayer

JULY 16, 2014 | BY: TONY CAMPOLO — Burnout is a big problem. In far too many cases we hear of missionaries who go to the field and then…

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Should Churches Hire Youth Pastors?

Should Churches Hire Youth Pastors

JUNE 14, 2014 | BY: TONY CAMPOLO — It seems strange to me that churches should show such favoritism to the youth and do little, if anything, for the…

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Scripture Wasn’t Written for Men Alone

Scripture Wasnt Written For Men Alone Tony Campolo

MAY 19, 2014 | BY: TONY CAMPOLO — Those of us who are religious have to ask ourselves whether the prophets who inscribed our sacred writings ever…

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