Christianity is a team sport. If you are to take up a cause in your community - from empowering the poor, to reconciling people in conflict - you'll be much more effective working with others than alone.
It all started with a knock on the door—because someone cared enough to send Christmas gifts, and the Gospel, to a prisoner's children.
It is sad commentary on the state of Europe and America that a few minarets not built will generate more outrage than a dead priest.
The Holy Spirit has a particular purpose for your congregation. Learn more about The Ministry of the Missional Church.
- December 03, 2007 |
The Bible is the account of God’s activity in and beyond time. But is it a trustworthy account? To answer that we need to establish three things...
- December 03, 2009 |
Not only is Nehemiah's story a manual on leadership and organization, it shows us what God can do through one whose heart is completely His.
- December 02, 2009 |
The tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, the miser who is transformed by a ghostly intervention into a good and generous man on Christmas Eve, is one that never seems to grow old.
- November 30, 2009 |
With stakes this high, if our representatives can't find the time or energy to read the 2,074 page bill, it seems the least they could do is pull up a chair and listen.
- November 30, 2009 |
God’s people were to gather each year—regardless of how good or bad the harvest (their economy) happened to be—and were commanded to feast and be joyful as they reflected on the goodness of God toward them.
- November 26, 2009 |
Thankfulness is a theology in microcosm -- a key to understanding what we really believe about God, ourselves, and the world we experience.
The holidays are certainly a time to think about – nay, physically assist – those less fortunate than ourselves. But are we missing someone?
- November 15, 2005 |
America is a miracle, an answer to countless prayers and thankful hearts. There's no other way to explain it.
- November 23, 2009 |
There are several reasons, but they all come down to this -- I believe we are facing an inevitable and culture-determining decision on the three issues centrally identified in this statement.
The group handing out "Origin of Species" at Virginia Commonwealth University wasn't part of the campus atheist group. They were evangelical Christians.
"The city is saying in order to provide social services, you need to be secular. For us, that's really a problem," said a spokeswoman for the District of Columbia Archdiocese.