People are turning to God in their spiritual need.
Can’t the church, guard its doctrine and practice while at the same time keeping its eyes focused on those who are outside of God’s grace?
There are many people in our lives that we should share the story of salvation with and did not for some reason we don’t.
In the small church that struggles with money issues, people are reluctant to give for fear they will not have enough to meet their daily needs.
The struggle discussing missions in the Book of Acts is we see those churches through rose colored glasses.
Rabbi Brous shares four principles of a revitalized religious practice and offers faith of all kinds as a hopeful counter-narrative to the numbing realities of violence, extremism and pessimism.
The message of the church is you have been redeemed, through the blood Jesus and you are called to share that with those who are still outside God’s grace.
The church is struggling to adopt. It’s strategies outdated. God’s unchanging Word has the power to meet these new challenges.
We carry out the mission of God because God gave us the marching orders.
The Church is here for the sole purpose to bring eternal life to the perishing, to build up the Kingdom of God.