We are one in the Spirit There are no colors on our souls No pigments that have seeped deep enough to breach the depths of...
The first World Missionary Conference marked the beginning of a unique era in global Christianity.
Secure in our knowledge of the coming Kingdom, we can live as light in the darkness of today.
Loving people who think differently than we do is some hard stuff, maybe now so more than ever. But it is possible. And so incredibly necessary.
The call is to sow for a great awakening in our land. It is preeminently a clarion call to prayer.
How do we show justice and grace? By loving God and others. We shouldn’t be forced to choose one or the other. We need both.
As Christians, we’re called to live with our feet firmly planted in two different worlds – heaven and earth.
Love reaches out and touches those who are considered “unclean.” Love reaches out to the person who is different.
As the new school year begins, John Page asks a prayer of blessing from God for students, parents, and teachers embarking on an unparalleled start to the year.
Facing injustice is a part of the humble posture that prepares the way for awakening.