Perhaps, like the disciples, our first instinct is to wonder, “When will the end be?” Jesus’ response is the same 2,000 years later. Instead of telling us exactly when it will be, He tells us how we should live. Continue reading And Then The End Will Come
He is enough, At least, that’s what I’m supposed to believe; The pastor said so yesterday. But his life and mine look nothing alike. His children look happy, peaceful, and smart; He holds his wife’s hand as they walk into … Continue reading Is He Enough?
For Rome, Christianity was not simply new or unusual, but fundamentally so; dangerously so. In “Destroyer of the gods,” Larry Hurtado reveals the distinctions that set Christianity apart from, and in stark opposition with, the Roman world. Continue reading Destroyer of the gods: Early Christian Distinctiveness in the Roman World
Like any relationship, our relationship with God also thrives on quality time spent together. Yet when we’re waiting in line or staving off boredom, it’s easy to gravitate toward our phones instead of sitting in silence and talking to God. Constantly being entertained by something else makes it nearly impossible to hear from Him. Continue reading Tyrant in My Pocket
Most significantly, headship and its subsequent symbols demonstrate the gospel relationship between Christ and His Bride. They are a marvelous opportunity for us to embody the most glorious truth of our faith – our Savior and His Church. Continue reading Christian Headship: Obligation or Opportunity?
What does it mean to be Anabaptist? How do we discern God’s will? What is the unique value of Anabaptism in today’s culture? Continue reading Radi-Call Editor Q&A’s: What Does It Mean to Be Anabaptist? Family vs. Church? …And More
“In those early years as a believer I had no idea Christians could be coy about their faith. No one had told me I was meant to feel awkward about spreading the good news. That was something I learnt only … Continue reading Book Review: “The Best Kept Secret of Christian Mission” by John Dickson
Introduction The past few years I have had the opportunity to interact with a lot of young Christians. I love hearing what they are excited about and what their hopes and dreams are for the future. World traveling, mission trips, … Continue reading “Is Your Church Effective?” Survey Results
As a believer, to act on God’s call to care for orphans should not be based on duty, guilt, or idealism. It is to be motivated out of a heart that has been transformed by the incredible love of a Father who found us in our orphaned state and chose to adopt us, giving us the undeserved privilege of being called His sons and daughters. Continue reading A Christian Case for Adoption
“Don’t you see all those little black demons flying around,” the man asks, pleading for someone to let him know he is not crazy. “They want me to die,” he informs the nurse, his eyes wide in terror. In the … Continue reading Embracing the Mentally Ill