…when Moses was grown…he went out to his brethren and looked at their burdens. —Exodus 2:11Moses saw the oppression of his people and felt certain that he was the one to deliver them, and in the righteous indignation of his own spirit he started to rig…Read more . . . →
Enter by the narrow gate….Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life…. —Matthew 7:13-14If we are going to live as disciples of Jesus, we have to remember that all efforts of worth and excellence are difficult. The Christia…Read more . . . →
…seek, and you will find… —Luke 11:9
Seek if you have not found. “You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss…” (James 4:3). If you ask for things from life instead of from God, “you ask amiss”; that is, you ask out of your desire for self-fulf..
His final memorial echoed biblical themes of justice accompanied by the “full soundscape of gospel history.”
The liturgy of Tuesday’s homegoing service for George Floyd reflected the Christian landscape of his hometown and the rich legacy of gospel ..Read more . . . →
Five evangelical thinkers consider the biblical obligations of immigrants to their host country.
The US conversation on immigration has largely disappeared from the news as Americans have shifted their focus in 2020 to COVID-19 and, later, to widesp..Read more . . . →
Pakistan (MNN) — Christians often get accused of blasphemy in Pakistan, and the story of Shafqat Emmanuel and his wife follows familiar trends.
Bruce Allen of FMI says the couple was accused of, “Sending a text message by phone that insulted the Pro..Read more . . . →