Was it just me or was a big question largely left unanswered? Here are a few of my (very late) reflections on T4G's "The Future of the Asian American Church" gathering along with a gentle push for further reflection.
What does it mean to be a Christian woman? Amiee Byrd's latest book addresses this important topic and offers us her wisdom on the value of women in the church.
The sons of Shem, Japheth, and Ham have a lot more to do with Jesus than we think.
Do I need to change? How do I need to change? Can I change? And what if I fail? Scripture answers these questions, giving us a clear call and great hope for personal change this new year.
Guest contributor Ekemini Uwan meditates on the collision of idolatry and the Image-bearers, and how Jesus as Second Adam sets everything right.
“If the Father is authoritative and the Son subordinate, and if these attributes should define the way we live in the church and in our families, it's no wonder that some will turn to abuse in order to ensure obedience....
The joyful celebrations of Christmas jar against horrifying images in the news. Yet Jesus the Warrior King comes to establish his kingdom in the face of the kingdom of darkness.
If you are serious about your Christian identity, having a Liturgical calendar that you faithfully abide by, especially in a world that constantly bombards you with advertisements and identity politics, is especially helpful. In other words, consistently observing things like...
Even if we didn't praise the LORD last time, and even if we know that we will likely not praise the LORD next time, let us resolve to praise the LORD this time.