There is a radical cultural shift happening in America. The Church must continually reassess how best to present the message of the Gospel. We are charged with presenting the truth no matter our context.
I believe so fully in the power of prayer–I’ve seen too many miracles not to. This is why we value setting aside multiple work days per year dedicated to corporate, intercessory prayer.
While we fully anticipated that the West would grow increasingly paganized, I never expected how hard the rise of the pagan mind would hit the church. Maybe, I just didn’t expect how poorly the church would respond.
Every time I post about refugees, I get a backlash of political comments. I don’t broach this subject lightly, nor do I do so to posit or elicit a political response. I talk about it because it’s our Christian duty to understand and respond to the reality of refugees everywhere.
I used to think you were either born with it or you weren’t. Now, I’m starting to see that whatever level you start at, everyone can–and should–increase their Cultural IQ.
“Is it enough to simply read God’s Word, or must one actually engage with it to grow in their faith or be transformed by it?
God has given us big dreams. To accomplish them, we’ll need to pray even bigger prayers this year — prayers that, to the world, will make us look crazy!
Many of Jesus’s teachings reflect the importance of planning when it comes to Kingdom matters. The great banquet in Matthew 22 reveals numerous planning elements that make it a fitting instruction manual for our own ministry planning.
Many historical belief systems have been prescriptively structured with a rigid formation designed to pass on foundational faith principles to the next generation.
OneHope was birthed out of a vision God gave Dad; of Satan attacking the children of the world and how desperately they needed to be rescued.