Here at the Disciple Nations Alliance we speak much about the role of worldview in development and how the metaphysical capital of a biblical worldview can lead to the flourishing of a people and nation. You may be thinking, Metaphysical capital? What’s that? In development circles people talk of the
Reading about the persecuted church isn’t the same thing as serving the persecuted church. Last week we posted “Why Are Western Christians Silent When Their Brethren Suffer?” Several readers wrote to ask “What do we do?” Here are some ideas. These suggestions fall into three broad categories: Awareness, Advocacy, and
Parents remain the vital link to child’s development, as I was reminded when I watched a recent documentary, “Undivided.” The picture told the story of a relationship between a local church and a public school in Portland, Oregon. Southlake Church initially connected with a struggling public school, Roosevelt High, and its
by Dwight Vogt Here in the US it’s an election year and we’re constantly being reminded that the big issues are the economy (i.e. the health of business) and the role of government. Recently, a colleague shared a comment he had heard on the radio from Robert P. George. Dr.