Tagged: redemption

Black and White Theology

By John Perkins Sometimes I look at the Bible and think all God is about is justice: “For the Lord loves justice” (Psalm 37:28); “I know that the Lord secures justice for the poor...

Holy Week and the Groaning of Creation

by David Clough I find Holy Week a difficult time. Following the story of Jesus’ final days and death draws me close to past grief, especially for my mother nine years ago. The first...

Rebuild Afghanistan

(Author’s note: This “declaration of faithfulness” was written on September 25, 2001, two weeks after 9/11, when many in the US were making a case for war in Afghanistan.) by Paul Alexander Rebuild Afghanistan!...

The White Lily

A Short Story for Easter by Jane Tyson Clement, adapted from Frances Jenkins Olcott Once long ago, near a village far away, there lived an old peasant known as Ivan. He had a little...

Evangelism Q&A: “We Are Always Doing Evangelism”

Napkin-sketching with James Choung interview by Kristyn Komarnicki James Choung serves as InterVarsity’s national director of evangelism and is ordained with the Association of Vineyard Churches. He has over two decades of extensive service...

Rescued

Rescued

by Kim Turner   Rescued From a deep disconnect From my Maker   Woken From the self defeating quest Of life about me   Knighted For purposes beyond capabilities   Will I balk like...