A vigorous conversation is happening today around the question, “What is the mission of the church?” A few weeks ago, Tim Keller addressed the topic in this blog post on the Redeemer City to City website. In the article Keller puts the conversation under the banner of two related topics:
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
Justin Buzzard, a talented young pastor from San Jose, California posts at the popular Buzzard Blog: Gospel, Culture, Life…in the West. Justin recently interviewed Darrow on his reasons for writing LifeWork: A Biblical Theology for What you Do Every Day. I encourage you to read the interview here, and take some time
A real problem for many in the Church today is a tendency to divide the world into mutually exclusive compartments. One component is labeled “sacred” and has to do with the spiritual life. Everything else goes into a “secular” category. For those who hold this divided view of reality, the consequences are profound.
This month, we are excited to annouce the release of a new Bible study: Servanthood, The Vocation of Every Christian. The Disciple Nations Alliance champions church-based transformational ministry. Our mission is to help believers function intentionally from a Biblical worldview, and then incarnate the truth by demonstrating Christ-like love in