What can children’s ministry teach you about God? Why did Evangelicals stop advocating for the environment? Why are millennials attracted to democratic socialism? What does Lightning McQueen teach us about bringing jobs to rural America? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Kaitlyn Schiess, Hugh Whelchel, Joseph Sunde and Brianna Copeland in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
Silence accompanies Grief, as does Loneliness. These unwanted tenants take up residence in all our lives for a time. And each us will long for companions to come and sit with us while these unwanted guests are present. All of us may not be in seasons of deep grief, but we all know someone who… Read More
Many church leaders want their congregations to be diverse. Desiring multiethnic ministry is easy. Making it a reality is harder. Walter Strickland, K.J. Hill and Chris Green addressed this important topic in a luncheon with Made to Flourish on Thursday, April 20, 2017 in Durham, NC. They discussed why multiethnic ministry is important, outlined pitfalls… Read More
In recent years, evangelicals have pursued a more holistic Christian mission and participated in discussions about spiritual formation. Yet these two important movements have developed independently and rarely intersected. Nathan A. Finn and Keith S. Whitfield want to change that. In Spirituality for the Sent: Casting a New Vision for the Missional Church (IVP Academic,… Read More
Our family stands out. We can’t go to a grocery store without someone stopping and asking us questions about each of our children. For starters, we have identical twin daughters with bright blonde hair and piercing blue eyes. Like typical four year olds, they are feisty and sweet with a touch of sass. The amount… Read More