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When we do what we do "unto the Lord" without regard for either impressing people or embarrassing ourselves, people pay attention.
False prophets make good strategists: They start with the leadership, because influenced and compromised leaders can cripple communities.
Paul recognizes that the gospel makes possible a reconciliation that heals the disastrous effects of the fall.
Is it possible for you and me to know Jesus in the way that Paul knew Jesus, and if so, would we want to?
The world sees a crisis. The apostle sees an opportunity. What looks like sure martyrdom turns out to be a bigger microphone.
Apostles solve problems by finding people full of the Spirit and wisdom, commissioning them for work, and letting them loose.
Read this reflection on Lent as Evelyn Bence draws comparisons to Popeye, the Apostle Paul, and herself.
The question of a woman’s role in ministry is a pressing concern for today’s church. It is paramount first, because of our need for...
Last week we interviewed Jason B. Hood about his new book Imitating God in Christ (IVP Academic, 2013). Read the interview here. Purchase the...
Paul and Wesley Talk Numbers: How Deep Fellowship and Shared Mission Can Cultivate Transformative...
The Numbers Game It is truly frightening how easy it is to be drawn into an unhealthy obsession with numbers: Worship attendance, offering statistics, volunteer...