All posts by Marcos Ortega

Marcos Ortega (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) lives in the Hudson River Valley in New York with his wife and two daughters.

How Long, O Lord? – A Sermon

A sermon from Pastor Jason Meyer at Bethlehem Baptist Church helps us lament as we approach the advent season.

/ December 11, 2015

Abide in Christ

The command to abide in Christ is central to Christian discipleship. How do we obey what John 15 puts forward?

/ December 9, 2015

Reading the Margins – 12.4.2015

What we saw or read this week: Ray Ortlund asks the question, "Is your church racist?", the story behind a Christmas hymn, and Rosa Parks.

/ December 4, 2015

The King of Justice

Our society is crying out for justice. Ultimate justice can only be found in the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

/ December 2, 2015

On Gifts and Gender: Being a Female Reformed Theologian

Guest blogger Paige Britton explains how she has wrestled with the tension between her calling and her gender.

/ November 24, 2015

Christian Response to Injustice – Part 4

To finish the series, Marcos calls on Christians to confront injustice and protest on behalf of the disenfranchised.

/ November 20, 2015

Islamophobia is a Sin

The terrorist attack in Paris has set the world on edge. No matter our pain, we cannot tolerate Islamophobia.

/ November 16, 2015

Reading the Margins – 11.14.2015

What we saw or read this week: Calling out Christian conferences for their lack of minority speakers, how European churches are ministering to Muslim refugees, and the struggle for religious freedom in Indonesia.

/ November 14, 2015

The Injustice of the American Capital Punishment System – Part 3

As the series continues, injustices in the fabric of the capital punishment system are highlighted.

/ November 13, 2015

Yes, You Are Black

Prince Ea just released a spoken word video that makes skin color irrelevant. This open letter explains why Christians can’t agree with him.

/ November 11, 2015