by Larry Poston “Do not be overrighteous, neither be overwise—why destroy yourself? Do not be overwicked, and do not be a fool—why die before your time? It is good to grasp the one and not let go of the other.The man who fears God will avoid all extremes.” (Ecc. 7:16-18) Whenever I quote the above . . . read more
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Prayer Letters to the Home Team
I greatly appreciated Allan Hedberg’s comments on missionary letter writing (“Prayer Letters to the Home Team,” April 2010) and the need to better communicate God’s work with my sending partners.
Despite some of the basic limitations, obtaining increasingly accurate and up-to-date counts on all types of issues is easier than ever.
There are challenging particulars that must be addressed for our practice of justice and mission to faithfully reflect our calling in Christ.
The purpose of the book is to serve as an aid to possible bridges that might come about in daily discussions with Muslims.
Three things to be on the lookout for in assessing your kingdom vision.
Ingleby's observations constitute a call to deeper engagement, in the name of Christ and in the spirit of the in-breaking Kingdom of God.
Why stories are often the best tools to teach others how to live holy lives.
Newell approaches the Great Commission narratives as sequential rather than synoptic. Each of the five Great Commission passages builds on the others to present the Commission.
The author considers if five ethical values presented by a left-wing, Brazilian philosopher can be used to better short-term mission trips.