The Western church has tended to neglect the biblical reality of spirits and spiritual warfare. In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Sue Russell uses personal stories to challenge the mistaken dualism that divides the spiritual and physical in our worldview.
Farming practices in Wesley’s day were little changed from those of the previous two thousand years. What does this mean for a Wesleyan ethic of food production and consumption?
What if God wants to, in the words of Charles Wesley, “break the power of canceled sin”? Kevin Watson writes about the half-gospel of escaping sin and death.
There are a thousand ways God could have placed his people in Egypt, but he did it through a broken family that needed deep healing.
If God really is moving in a mighty way, is it right to question the congregation that is experiencing an awakening? Stephen Elliott shares why we must still weigh everything according to the word of God.
What are some of the pitfalls of friendship evangelism, and how can we overcome them? Stephen Elliott shares more about effective relational discipleship.
Watch as Dr. Scott Kisker continues his Seven Minute Seminary teaching on the origins of American Pentecostalism, tracing their origins from Methodist and Holiness groups.
In today's video, Pete Greig reminds us that the Christian faith is foundationally and utterly about hope. Hope calls us to live in light of the future which God has promised is coming through his kingdom.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Mark Ongley suggests that the church begin having candid conversations both about sexual brokenness and about the wonderfully-designed gift of sex that God gave his creation.
The church, the one community in which people should expect care and support, often does not know how to respond to the stigma of mental illness. Robson Dodd shares wisdom for overcoming these struggles.