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How to Care for Our Missionaries

Author: Richard BrindleyCategory: General, Missions

We tend to assign missionaries very extraordinary reputations—like “Varsity Christians” or “Gospel-centered Special Forces.” But, of course, they are just ordinary people. And while we may think of them solely as missionaries, they are not missionaries first. They are people first; ordinary believers who just happen to be missionaries.

A Digital Doorway to Acts

Author: Kent RabalaisCategory: General

I don’t know if breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but I’m convinced that the time I spend immediately before it impacts my day from start to finish. On a typical day, I make my way into the living room and sit down with an iPad, coffee and my Bible. Then comes the challenge of making the most of that time.

When Spiritual Gifts Function as They Should

Author: Trevor JoyCategory: General, Theology

The nature and practice of spiritual gifts is one of the most controversial dialogues in the church today. Confusion abounds as the faithful seek to find their place along a spectrum of belief, ranging from cessationists (those who believe the miraculous gifts ceased to operate with the death of the Apostles) to charismatics (those who believe that all gifts are practiced today as seen at ...

The Difficult Nature of Receiving

Author: Mason KingCategory: General

It may be true that “it is better to give than to receive,” but in my experience, it is often harder to receive than to give. A few months ago, I asked a coworker to join me for breakfast. At the restaurant he went ahead and ordered, following with that awkward moment of “and whatever he wants; it’s together.” He bought my breakfast even though I had asked him to go with me—thinking ...

The Gospel of Resurrection and Repentance

Author: Geoff AshleyCategory: General, Theology

How many times is the love of God explicitly mentioned in the book of Acts? Zero. Let that sink in for a moment. In all the sermons and speeches throughout 28 detailed chapters, not once do the Apostles mention the love of God. So what do they consistently and clearly proclaim? Resurrection and repentance. Unfortunately, neither resurrection nor repentance is central in the mindset of modern ...

Bad Theology Kills

Author: Geoff AshleyCategory: General, Theology

Turn on the national and international news and you will see evidences that bad theology kills. Literally. A Northeast couple was recently charged and convicted of homicide after the death of their infant son. It was their second child to die of a treatable medical condition. However, the parents refused medical attention on the basis of religious belief in faith healing. As news broke of the ...

Lent: Into the Wilderness

Author: Geoff AshleyCategory: General, Culture

O Lord and Master of my life! Take from me the spirit of sloth, faint-heartedness, lust of power and idle talk. But give me rather the spirit of chastity, humility, patience and love to my servant. Yea, O Lord and King! Grant me to see my own errors and not to judge my brother; for thou art blessed unto ages of ages. Amen. A common fourth-century prayer of Lent from St. Ephrem the Syrian

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