Category Archives: Missions

Four reactions to culture

Wisdom calls us to engage in truth-based dialogue and persuasion in settings like family, work, community and government… Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Christian worldview, Church and State, Church Leadership, Culture, Culture of Honor, Emerging Leaders, Evil in the world, Image of God, Leadership, Mission statement, Missions, Separation of Church and State, Social work, sociology, Wisdom, Witness, Worldview | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Ministry from modern to postmodern times

Let’s embrace the challenge of seeking a better understanding of the shift to postmodernity and addressing it as a communication challenge for the gospel. Continue reading

Posted in Ministry to young singles, Missions, Modern, Postmodern, Worldview | Tagged | 1 Comment

God of the vulnerable

“What a contrast. We see God, the most potent and self-sufficient Power imaginable, continually expressing profound concern for the least potent and self-sufficient — the orphan in distress.” Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Adoption, Anthropology, Apologetics, Atheism, Atheists, Belief, Call to ministry, Christian life, Christian worldview, Christianity, Comfort, Common Good, Common grace, Ethics, Evangelicals, Evil in the world, God, God's Heart, God's Love, God's power, God's Protection, God's Will, Grace, Holistic ministry, Love, Mercy, Missions, Orphans, Prison Ministry, Radical love, Religion-not the answer, Seeing God, Seeking God, Social work, Theodicy, Vision | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Answering God’s call beyond the walls of the Church

leaders in the Church “need to help our people see that their calling is much bigger than how much time they put into church matters.” Continue reading

Posted in 18 Year factor, Call to ministry, Calling, Contentment, Disciple-making, Evangelism, Fathers, Gospel-centered, Holistic ministry, Missions, Walking with God, Witness, Work | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Common grace and common good

We are called to be agents of common grace who are committed to the welfare of the city of our exile. Continue reading

Posted in Beauty, Call to ministry, Calling, Change, Common Good, Common grace, Culture, Culture of Honor, Evangelism, Government, Grace, Holistic ministry, Kingdom, Mission statement, Missions, Peace, Prison Ministry, Social work, Wisdom, Worldview | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Essential truths for ministry

I feel certain that most Christians need a better vision of the greatness of their salvation — a panoramic view! We must learn to think of salvation as a return to full and final glory — a return to the Imago Dei (image of God).
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Posted in Christian Counselor, Christian worldview, Christianity, Church Leadership, Church membership, Elders, Evil in the world, Glorify God, God, God's Will, Holistic ministry, Human depravity, Human dignity, Imago Dei, Kingdom, Missions, Pastors, Reconciliation, Salvation, Wisdom | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Are you distressed by religion?

“This is the zeal of the people of God that without exception every knee and every tongue should acknowledge the supreme honor given to Jesus” (John R. W. Stott).
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Posted in Acts 17, Christian worldview, Christianity, Culture, Evangelism, Missions, Witness | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment