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4 Ways to Move Toward Loving Your Cross-cultural Neighbor

4 ways to move toward loving your cross-cultural neighbor Written By Liza Hartman, reposted from Here   These are hard, painful days on many fronts. I don’t need to walk you through photos of refugee children washing up on shore or African-Americans being shot by police. We’ve all seen them. And most of you reading this article [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on 4 Ways to Move Toward Loving Your Cross-cultural Neighbor

The Journey

The Journey by Joe Chambers, Originally posted Here By faith Abraham obeyed when he was called to go out to the place which he would receive as an inheritance. And he went out, not knowing where he was going.  Hebrews 11:8 There is a difference between an adventure and a quest. An adventure is a there [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on The Journey

Christian Challenge Colorado Mesa:

Colorado Mesa University Christian Challenge Submitted by Darrin Crow, Director Ministry Highlight We have had early issues this year which have given our students opportunities to reach out to fellow students in need.  For some months we had been reaching out to a student named Avalon as her father was struggling with post-traumatic stress issues.  [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Christian Challenge Colorado Mesa:

Autopsy of a Deceased Pastor

Written by Thom Rainer, Originally Posted Here   They are the walking dead. They are dead emotionally. Their vision and passion is dead. Their spiritual life has little life at all. They are burned out. Many have died vocationally. Others are waiting for burial. Autopsies are not a pleasant topic. I get that. But I [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Autopsy of a Deceased Pastor

Discerning Good Teaching From The Bad

Discerning Good Teaching From The Bad Written By Mark Hillock, Originally posted Here One of the many things I am grateful for in our church right now is how many of our women are hungering for more of God and more of His Word. Every week I am so encouraged and inspired by women in [...]

October 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Discerning Good Teaching From The Bad

Starting Iglesia Gracia Y Verdad

Starting Iglesia Gracia Y Verdad  Garden Ranch started 37 years ago as a neighborhood church with Midwestern, traditional small town values. At that time, we were a good match for our community, but over the years our community changed to a more urban, and ethnically diverse population, especially Hispanics. The kinds of people who used [...]

September 15th, 2016|Comments Off on Starting Iglesia Gracia Y Verdad

The Dangerous Power of Vision: 6 Steps for Responsibly Stewarding the Power of Vision

  Written by Jenni Catron, Originally Published Here Recently a friend called looking for some advice. She and her husband were at a crossroads. A few years ago they had sold their home and most of their possessions, left family and long-time friends to take a job across the country. They knew it was risky [...]

September 14th, 2016|Comments Off on The Dangerous Power of Vision: 6 Steps for Responsibly Stewarding the Power of Vision

Ideas for Sustainable Content Creation for your Church Blog

Article Originally Published Here AUGUST 15, 2016 BY BLESSING MPOFU We’re beyond making a case for churches having a blog. Every church should blog. It is a critical tool for discipleship, leadership, and pastoral care, among other things. The question is no longer, “Should we have a blog?” but, “How do we sustain content creation?” Ideas for sustainable [...]

September 12th, 2016|Comments Off on Ideas for Sustainable Content Creation for your Church Blog

Why I’m Not a World-Changer

Written By Michelle Van Loon, Originally published Here Recently, a friend of mine named Katie confessed her deep discouragement over her “failed” quest to turn the world upside down for God. She’d pursued a ministry degree from a Christian college and after graduation, secured what she believed was a world-changer job at a world-changing church. [...]

September 5th, 2016|Comments Off on Why I’m Not a World-Changer

Southern Baptists and the Quest for Theological Identity

Written by Al Mohler, originally published Here   THE COLLAPSE OF CULTURAL CHRISTIANITY AND THE RISE OF THE BAPTIST MOMENT In 1987 Richard John Neuhaus published The Catholic Moment. Neuhaus’s argument was that the Catholic Church, especially in the United States, was best poised to meet the cultural contest and its challenges. What was clear to [...]

August 29th, 2016|Comments Off on Southern Baptists and the Quest for Theological Identity