In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Gregg Okesson discusses the oral culture of the Bible and how this relates to modern African Christianity, revealing that literacy and orality are not to be posited against one another.
What role do miracles really have in the development of the Church today? Stephen Elliott shares the history of the miracles of God.
Can five words make a meaningful difference in your own faith journey with Christ? Will using these five words enable your church to grow? As they relate to five practices we can engage in daily and weekly, the answer is yes. Five words. Nine syllables. They are not unfamiliar, whether you stand as a pastor in the pulpit, or participate as a parishioner in the pew: Prayers. Presence. Gifts. Service. Witness.
This message was delivered at Asbury Theological Seminary in the Fall of 2012 by Dr. Michael A. Rynkiewich, retired professor of Anthropology. It will serve...
Our journey towards becoming a missional church across southeast Michigan has been filled with countless Aha moments. For me, one of the most transformative...
Special ministry contexts warrant special considerations. Anglican Collective interviews a pastor who ministers in a tense situation about ministry in religiously plural contexts.
The new year is almost upon us and it is the perfect time to reflect on what it means to participate in God's mission for the church. In this video interview, we sat down with J. R. Woodward to discuss this critical aspect of the life of the church.
The fourth of July can be an missional holiday opportunity. Family gatherings, cookouts, parades, and fireworks all lend themselves to natural means of reaching out to our neighbors. In this article, Sean Gladding offers 4 ways of making this holiday an exceptional time of loving our neighbors.
Why is the Ascension of Christ so important? Steve Seamands explains how it makes the Great Commission possible.
In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Scott Camp challenges the church not to leave out this essential message when presenting the good news of Jesus in the 21st century.