What army would leave the vast majority of its soldiers in the barracks while going into battle? In one sense, that’s exactly what the church has done. We have gone to war with only a fraction of our soldiers mobilized. We’ve relegated the work of discipling the nations to pastors, missionaries, and
Labor Day. This is the perfect opportunity to touch on one of those biblical topics neglected in so much Christian teaching: work. Yes, God has lots to say about our work. We have featured Dr. Christian Overman of Worldview Matters in several posts, including: Helicopters, Light Bulbs, and Breakfast The Missing
For every teacher looking for better curriculum, here’s an essential point of view. Our good friend Christian Overman at Worldview Matters is a kindred spirit. He has written a powerful article worthy of your attention. Here’s an excerpt: In 1721, Jonathan Edwards graduated from the Collegiate School at New Haven, known
As Americans observe the traditional end-of-the-summer long weekend, it’s appropriate to acknowledge that the Bible speaks to the matter of work. Per the following excerpt from LifeWork by Darrow Miller, Labor Day is a fitting occasion to celebrate the sanctity of human work, a gift of God to his image bearers at
Among the presentations at the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelism in Cape Town is this powerful testimony of an 18-year-old Korean student. Any Christ follower will find it compelling, but note what this passionate young woman wants to do among her North Korean people. It evokes our earlier blog about C.S.