I’m not one to stay up on current slang. With two grown children no longer living at home, I generally don’t have the means of learning any new lingo, so […]
Dear North American Baptist family, It is with great joy that I enter into these days of reflection on the death and resurrection of our Savior with you. I would […]
At Wheaton, I came face to face with the reality of the “already, but not yet” nature of the Kingdom of God.
Because we recognize that the recent US presidential election has a lasting impact on the world, we seek to reflect on what that means for us as Christ followers.
William Ralph Inge said, “Whoever marries the spirit of this age will find himself a widower in the next.”
The problem as I see it with many conferences is that they teach what I call “muscle car ministry.”
Read this following excerpt and reflect on your own calling—and Peterson’s cautions—to pastoring.
Through my experience of an emergency landing, I was reminded that great leadership occurs in a community of faithful leaders.