Judgment, Worth, & the Humans of New York

What does God think of human worth? What does he feel when he looks at the humans of New York?

/ December 6, 2016

Self-pity and the Betrayal of God

Self-pity is a sure sin, but how can we bring to God what our hearts are not yet convicted of? God shows us through the Prophet Jonah.

/ December 1, 2016

Is Evangelicalism Overly Characterized by Fear?

A while back, I heard a story about former Roman Catholic Pope, and New Testament scholar Joseph Ratzinger. Shortly after Vatican II, Ratzinger accepted a position on the editorial board of a theological journal called Concilium. Concilium is Latin for...

/ November 22, 2016

Three Evangelicals Walk into a Race Conversation

Before we can enter into meaningful discussions about race we must be realistic about the people having those conversations.

/ November 18, 2016

Why I’m still an Evangelical after the 2016 US Election

It's not because I wanted Trump to win.

/ November 16, 2016

The Church Will Be the Church

Final thoughts on election day.

/ November 8, 2016

What Jesus Didn’t Say

Why did Jesus only partially quote Isaiah 61:1-2 and how that can be good news for us?

/ November 4, 2016

Common Grace, Co-Belligerence, and This Lamentable Election Cycle

Ekemini Uwan approaches next week's election through the lens of the Reformed doctrines of common grace and co-belligerence in order to lead us to hope.

/ November 3, 2016

A Reformer in the Margins: Theodore Beza

Who was Theodore Beza and how does knowing him help us understand our Reformation roots today?

/ October 31, 2016

You Are What You Sing – Pt. 4

What are some practical ways song leaders can best craft worship services that teach the mind and minister to the heart?

/ October 26, 2016