(Image source: Christianity Today) Construction noise is a constant background in the soundtrack of our American impulse for self-improvement.
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“Jesus is coming back. And soon.” These words have been uttered for centuries by Christians who see certain world events as evidence of the
In English, we have a phrase, “on top of the world!” It describes someone flying high because of some success or good news. Perhaps they got
Why should we trust what the gospel authors have to say about Jesus? How can we test the Gospel authors to see if their accounts are reliable? J.
The last couple of years has created a whole set of experiences that were new to most of us. Lockdowns, social distancing, virus testing, online
Many years ago a fellow pastor introduced me to a graphic that was helpful for a wider view of the Church. He had adapted a construct
Happy New Year! As we head into 2022, I imagine we are more aware than ever that we don’t know what these next months might bring. We may face
Today I will be giving my analysis of the Mega church phenomenon, the origins in positive thinking, the connections of these movements to
Abram took his wife Sarai and his nephew Lot, and all their possessions which they had accumulated, and the people which they had acquired in
(Image source: Relevant Magazine. Article homepage/main image source: Terry Laban) The September 14, 2021 Hanover County Public School Board meeting
One Sunday morning at my Evangelical Covenant church, the tech team projects a video interview with an Iranian woman who came to Boston for an
John Smith writes: The publication of Living in Love and Faith poses a challenge to the entire Church of England to think through the divisions
Contemporary Westerners seem to believe, at least most of the time, that society is either driving forward into new territory or staying the same.
“The United States of America needs a national dialogue on race, gender, and class – a conversation that I would put on par with the truth and
(Movie poster for the film Black Easter) One of the most jarring details in the New Testament is a fleeting mention in Mark’s gospel of a man