For gospel ministry to have integrity, we must love our neighbor for who they are and for their real, felt needs. In this video interview, Chris Horst discusses how genuine human flourishing relates to gospel ministry.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Jonathan Powers encourages churches to design their worship services in a way that faithfully acts out the story of Jesus.
In today's interview, Chris Horst suggests that a holistic vision of human flourishing, along with participation in the cultural mandate (Genesis 1:28), will strengthen the church's witness and bring it more in line with God's mission.
The church is often tempted to appease the world by toning down its distinctiveness. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Ryan Danker encourages the church to remain faithful by preaching an authentic gospel of holy love.
What is the church’s call to refugees and immigrants? In part two of "Jesus and the Stranger," Dr. Darrell Whiteman shares three characteristics of responding to the refugee crisis from a missional perspective.
What is the church's call to refugees and immigrants? In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Darrell Whiteman challenges the church to consider its high calling to help the displaced and vulnerable of society.
In today's video interview, Dr. Jo Anne Lyon shares her personal story of moving from self-righteousness to true holiness.
Why did the church need the 18th century Methodist movement? In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Ryan Danker explains the relationship between Anglicanism, Puritanism, and the burgeoning Methodist movement of the Wesley brothers and George Whitefield.
In today's video interview, Dr. Jo Anne Lyon talks about the kingdom of God and how scriptural holiness can reform individuals, the church, and even nations.
What happens to those who never hear the gospel? In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Ben Witherington tackles the problem by drawing a parallel to how God will deal with his people Israel at the end of the age, a theme treated in Romans 11.