Once a persecutor of the church, he was called by Christ to share His Good News with the Gentiles — and, down the centuries, with us.
From liquid modernity to incarnate community By Josh Pauling In the year 2000, the Polish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman coined the term “liquid modernity” to describe the modern condition. In using this apt descriptor, Bauman was encapsulating many aspects of life in the contemporary West, where stable sources of meaning and traditional human categories are being
Pastors need to hear the warning of Judas together with the ordination of Matthias.
As a Christian, you already know what history is about: Jesus coming to save you.
It is understandable to grieve at the closing of a parish; but remember that every church building on earth, however beloved it may be, is a temporary haven.
Family traditions show our children that our seemingly mundane and fleeting lives can be a reflection of the eternal life we are meant for.
What does Scripture teach us about dealing with conflict in the church?
Mark Twain’s novel depicts the depths of human sin and cruelty while, at the same time, showing us the heights of human goodness.
Our need for love is part of bearing His image.
As fallen stewards, there are several ways that we sabotage our own stewardship. Repentance is the only answer.
The Common Table Prayer is old, older than our own memory. But how old is it, and who wrote it?
Tissot gave the viewer unvarnished slices of biblical life, based on his own experiences in those places where our Lord actually walked.