The Spirit is active in the world right now. What does that mean for Christians?
What is the mission of God and how are Christians supposed to participate?
Why does missional leadership require justice and healing work? And who is called to be a missional leader?
Evangelism is often seen as a distinct ministry aspect separate from justice and healing work. How might we understand justice, healing, and evangelism as a cohesive, unified way of life?
Justice work and healing work have a lot of similarities, but they also have some unique traits. How do we faithfully live into both of them?
With the brokenness and injustices that are saturating the world, God’s kingdom shines a light healing and justice. Will we as Christians faithfully respond? Do we even understand what God’s healing and justice looks like?
What has one year of marriage taught me about my relationship with God?
Why do good deeds seem to go unrewarded?
COVID-19 is changing the landscape of our country. Christians and churches are not immune from the necessity of adaptation. What should we keep in mind as we try to respond faithfully?
Unlike the creation story in Genesis, Psalm 33 starts with humanity instead of creation. The writer of Psalms 33 wants to emphasize the relationship between humanity and God the Creator. The primary aspect of humanity’s relationship to God is praise. The first words of the writer say, “sing joyfully to the Lord, you righteous people;Continue reading “Psalm 33”