Appreciate this guest post from Peter Haas, OneHope partner and pastor of Substance Church in Minneapolis, MN. Research Finds: Reading Bible to Kids can Increase their Intelligence, Social skills, & More! Here’s Why & How! Most Christians believe that reading the Bible is “good for them.” Yet so many people still struggle getting “into it.” And if […]Read More
At our staff day of prayer, I was reminded that I am so deeply grateful for God’s overwhelming goodness in every situation.
This year was a roller coaster—mom’s home going, giving away my daughter Natasha in marriage and gaining a son. Unspeakable stories of persecution from the field juxtaposed with rejoicing over more than 100 million kids reached with God’s Word. I can hardly believe all that’s happened in the span of a year!Read More
I was sitting at Mom’s bedside in the hospital as the news of Tullian Tchividjian’s resignation began to hit the news. Heartbroken, I was trying to find the words to make sense of everything when I stumbled upon a piece from mom’s old writings. I’m so thankful for this classic parcel of wisdom she penned years […]Read More
Millennials, part 1 Millennials on the Bible and Miracles Let’s face it, sometimes Millennials get a bad rap. But the numbers don’t always support the perception. For instance, among religiously-affiliated Millennials, their loyalty to an institution, organization or affiliation is as strong today as it has been among previous generations. More than one-third of religiously […]Read More
back to Millennials, part 1 Barna recently released their fascinating insights from one of the largest studies they have ever done on a single generation: Millennials. The study surveys Millenials on their view of the Bible, and results show that practicing Christians in this age range hold the Bible in very high regard: *Information in […]Read More
Google “millennials” and more than 9 million results immediately appear. They’re a hot topic, being scrutinized from every angle. Why? Because the hope of the world hangs on their shoulders. But do you really understand this immensely portended generation? “There’s lots of chatter about what Millennials like and don’t like, why they are and aren’t coming to church. […]Read More