In popular theology, we come across all sorts of doctrinal myths and errors. Andrew Dragos shares five surprising myths that may be hurting the Body of Christ.
Why do we engage Scripture for discipleship? Andrew Thompson explains both the why and how in today's blog post.
This week, we continue our conversation with Stephanie Carey to talk about her work with Peace Catalyst International in the Balkans and what she learned about life and faith in a foreign land.
In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Matt Friedeman shares a unique model of meeting with disciples that orient us both toward the presence of Jesus among us, and each other in the room.
Manuals and policies, while not fun, are important. In church contexts, it's a clear way to honor people and manage expectations.
From the Mosaic covenant to the promises of the gospel, the Bible is continually pointing to the poor, the widow, the orphan, the stranger, the needy, and the oppressed. Read more as Howard Snyder compels us to consider the poor.
Sometimes we learn more from our kids than they learn from us. Sarah Damaska shares a pivotal lesson in hospitality she learned from her daughter.
Sin is the individual acts we commit, but it's also the disease. The grace of God is strong enough to handle both of these.
Sometimes leadership is performed not in the spotlight but from the shadows. Read this article for lessons on leadership from Aaron and Moses.