If the content of the songs we sing in worship matters, shouldn't we expect more from the songwriters serving the church?
We launched the website one year ago today. So here are some birthday reflections on the first year of Reformed Margins.
Pastors and ministry leaders must be constantly on guard against making a shipwreck of their faith. Here is a simple way to avoid burnout and avoid sin.
Naomi provides an example of faithfulness in the midst of suffering and loss.
Jesus' words to Emily Choi and the rest of his little lambs.
Please remember the Choi’s on this Lord’s Day… Updates on Emily August 5 at 10:58pm · “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die;...
We’ve all done it. We acknowledge another’s suffering. It truly aches our hearts. Maybe we even write it down in our prayer journals. But eventually, we continue to live our lives undisturbed. Worse, as our newsfeeds become saturated with bad news upon bad news,...
Guest writer Nathaniel Gray Sutanto describes the unique insights and difficulties of a third-culture Reformed Theologian.
How should we design our youth ministries to be most effective in the lives of our students?