Tagged: Gospel

Love Is the Final Fight

By John M. Perkins Our country claims to “hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these...

If You Speak, Will Anyone Hear You?

By Kathy Khang The world is a noisy place. Smart phones. Smart watches. Alerts. Notifications. Social media. Satellite radio. Streaming video. News 24/7. On any given Sunday morning in church, don’t be surprised if...

And We Thought We Left Race Behind?

By Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove American Christians in the Obama years half hoped we’d moved beyond race. Yes, the Civil Rights Movement was a moral cause, we told ourselves. But we have moved beyond that now. We...

The Gospel for a Lifetime

By Keith Tolley Many of us in the church have drawn a dividing line between what constitutes “evangelism” and what constitutes “discipleship.” When a Christ-follower is involved in sharing the love and the gospel...

God’s Strange Art

By Makoto Fujimura A teenage girl claims an angel told her she’d have a virgin birth. Her fiancé is hesitant to believe her. She gives birth in a stable. The people who come to visit...

Walking With

by Sarah Withrow King The wolf will live with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the goat, the calf and the lion and the yearling together; and a little child will lead...

“Who Is Jesus Christ to You?”

by Al Tizon “Who is Jesus Christ to you?” I was asked this recently. Although it worth contemplating at any time, it strikes me as a particularly appropriate Christmas question. So thought I’d share...

Easter Leads to Mission

by R. Randy Day Easter celebrates God’s steady, undying love for the world and its people as revealed in Jesus Christ. “For God so loved the world….” (John 3:16) The symbols of Easter are...