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Steady Christian Hope in Fluctuant Political Waves

We should vote and work at all times that the righteousness of heaven would be reflected in the laws of men. But we must be ever mindful of these fluctuant waves that compose the shifting terrain of our Christian politic. Our hope is not in a political party, a political candidate, or a political system. The governance of men could never comprehensively reflect the righteousness of heaven. And there is our citizenship—beyond the waves, beyond the horizon. Ours is an onward and upward call. A relentless pursuit of the personal and corporate perfection that will be ours to claim “when the Son of Man comes in his glory.” 

Gospel Power Transcends Relational Equity

The trendy argument that healthy relationships are necessary for effective evangelism is more ad populum than ad veritatum. It’s what we want to hear, not what we need to hear. I am thankful for those who put so much effort into statistical Christian research with an eye on strengthening churches toward effective evangelistic growth. But as the Bible teaches and history demonstrates, as important as healthy relationships are to the human experience, relational equity is not a prerequisite to effective gospel witness. Gospel power transcends relational equity. 

Toward A Theology of My Cyber-Self: A Christian Reflection on Suler’s Online Disinhibition Effect

Have you noticed it too, or am I the only one? Is there an increasing un-Christlike interaction in online spaces among those who are followers of the Lord Jesus? Perhaps we should work toward a proper biblical theology of the cyber-self.

5 Daily Rhythms to Live on Mission with Jesus

NEW BLOG POST: The question every believer in Christ should be asking right now is, “How can I leverage my life today for Great Commission advance?” You join God in his work every day when you leverage your life for the Great Commission at church, at home, at work, at school, online and among friends.

“Christmas Words” 5-Day Devotional (12.20-24, 2020)

“The Word became flesh and dwelt among us. We observed his glory, the glory as the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.” John 1:14 John’s account of the nativity of Christ is the most concise of the gospel writers, but it is pregnant with doctrinal gravity and timely practicality. Visit the blog for 5…

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