Category: Reading the Margins

Reading the Margins – 5.13.2016

What we saw or read recently: "I feel like" statements, thoughts on Black Lives Matter, and the rejection of nativism in the American church.

/ May 13, 2016

Reading the Margins – 4.29.2016

What we saw or read recently: staying alert in spiritual warfare, personal convictions in pluralistic societies, and how to engage with others online.

/ April 29, 2016

Reading the Margins – 4.15.2016

What we saw or read recently: masculinity, the white messiah complex, discomfort in race discussions, what an apology is, and strategies for perseverance in ministry.

/ April 15, 2016

Reading the Margins – 3.18.2016

What we saw or read this week: counseling children, black churches close down, Asian American leadership, and HIllsong.

/ March 18, 2016

Reading the Margins – 3.11.2016

What we saw or read this week: the posture of missional work, the color-blind theory of race, the pattern of churchgoing black men, and African revival in Orange County.

/ March 11, 2016

Reading the Margins – 2.5.2016

What we saw or read this week: Jemar Tisby on Black History Month, infomania, the power of stereotypes, an amazing sermon illustration, and a new series addressing Black Lives Matter.

/ February 5, 2016

Reading the Margins – 1.15.2016

What we saw or read this week: Lecrae's new album, J.I. Packer's health, the wisdom of age, reflections on evangelicals and race, and spiritual stuckness.

/ January 15, 2016

Reading the Margins – 1.8.2016

What we saw or read this week: Ekemini Uwan's new website, what Russell Moore has learned in 20 years of ministry, and why we need good writing.

/ January 8, 2016

Reading the Margins – 12.18.2015

What we saw or read this week: Jeremy Lin grapples with teenage experience of academic pressure, the debate over Larycia Hawkins, and the worldview of Star Wars.

/ December 18, 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